Shuaib Almosawa

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A building in Yemen, with protest graffiti painted by the artist Thiyazen Al-Aalawi, that was destroyed allegedly by a Saudi-led airstrike. CreditYahya Arhab/Epa-Efe, via Rex and Shutterstock.

On a recent evening, Ali al-Hajori, a man in his 60s, was begging on 70th Square in the western part of Sana, the capital of Yemen. Mr. Hajori, whose lips were parched, would stop by each car pulling over at a public park and raise his right hand in an appeal for help. As the sun set over the war-torn country, Mr. Hajori walked back to a rented room, where he lived with his family, who have been starving.

About three years earlier, after intense bombing by Saudi Arabia, Mr. Hajori fled his home in Mahwit province, 75 miles northwest of Sana.…  Seguir leyendo »