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Ramadan in Yemen: Fasting by day, starving by night

Fatima Salah, 58, does not sleep in the daytime as many do during the fasting month of Ramadan.

Instead, she wanders the city of Sanaa visiting neighbours and local shops, hoping to obtain enough food to feed her family at night.  Read more.

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