African Migrants Face Danger and Death in Yemen
Many migrants leave dire situations in their home countries to travel to Saudi Arabia in search of work and opportunity but end up in desperate conditions in Yemen, writes Deutsche Welle's Fanny Facsar.
Into the Unknown - African Migrants in Yemen
Deutsche Welle, 5 August 2019
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