Middle East

Three protesters killed in south Yemen as conflict cripples economy

People gather for a demonstration outside Sanaa International Airport, which serves the Huthi rebel-held Yemeni capital, on September 15, 2021, as they demand its reopening. - Yemen's conflict flared in 2014 when the Huthis seized the capital Sanaa, prompting Saudi-led intervention to prop up the internationally recognised government the following year. The capital's airport has remained closed under a Saudi blockade since August 2016. (Photo by MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP)

 

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