The floods in Yemen have ravaged one of the world's oldest cities, but what underlies the catastrophe is largely man-made.
While a resource-rich economy might be in Mauritania’s grasp, the benefits are unlikely to be enjoyed by all.
A Yemeni scholar shares glimpses of his journey through remote eastern Yemen, where the war-torn country’s wealthy neighbors are jostling for influence.
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