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Yemenis Escaping Conflict Flee to Somaliland

Wasiim Said Mohamed arrived in Somaliland in February with his wife and two sons. They fled Yemen after Houthi militants attacked their home in Aden. "This is the only country where the cost of living is cheap and there is good security and I can live with the people," Mohamed said. In the past year, nearly half of the 176,000 people who have fled Yemen's conflict have gone to the Horn of Africa, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Many are...

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