The war in Yemen is often called "the forgotten war" because it has received little attention in the world's media. The fighting has lasted for a year and has had fatal consequences for the civilians. Even those who work to save lives are at risk. Hospitals and ambulances working for MSF have been bombed four times in less than three months.

In the midst of the war and the humanitarian catastrophe stood the 32-year-old healthy lube and nurse Sissel Overvoll. “All of us who work here are aware that there is a risk and that we do not h
are some guarantees. But for me it's worth being here to help, ”she says on a cracked phone line from Saada north of Yemen.


Bomber hospital.
The war in Yemen is mainly between the Houthi rebels and a coalition led. . .

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