Children queue for water at a school in Yemen's capital Sanaa sheltering them and their families after the conflict forced them to flee their areas from the Houthi-controlled northern province of Saada August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said Tuesday that health services in Yemen were "nearing collapse," with pregnant women dying for lack of transport and hospitals under fire from snipers.Sury said 20,000 people had been treated for injuries -- nearly half in the nine MSF health centers, Sury said.Pro-government forces retook Aden from the rebels last month, bringing an end to air strikes in the city, but Sury said there were still snipers, and hospitals had to set up steel plates to protect their windows.
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