Middle East | In Yemen, cities spared from war fall prey to climate change
Nabeel, a math teacher in the southeastern Yemeni city of Ghaida, points to a new waterbed formed by flash floods during a cyclone in mid-October. Photo: Saeed Al-Batati
Nabeel, a math teacher in the southeastern Yemeni city of Ghaida, points to a new waterbed formed by flash floods during a cyclone in mid-October. Photo: Saeed Al-Batati

In Yemen, cities spared from war fall prey to climate change

While the Arab republic has made headlines in recent years for conflict, cholera and famine, its people are also living on the front lines of global warming

Ghaida - Yemen, November 20, 2018 6:38 AM (UTC+8)
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