In addition to the almost daily bombings of the Saudi-led Coalition, which sometimes targets civilians, the beleaguered Yemenis of the North have been suffering from shortages of water, oil, food and medicine. Every ten minutes a child dies, most of the time from a mild illness. Child soldiers serve as cannon fodder on the front lines. Oil, humanitarian aid, medicines are overtaxed by corrupt officials. The reporters Véronique de Viguerie and Manon Querouil-Bruneel went to Yemen to investigate this war. This work won the prestigious Visa pour l’Image award, as well as the Humanitarian Visa of the International Committee of...
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