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Conjoined twins dead in Yemen
"Siamese twins, dead in Yemen,"

"A siamesiskt twins, born in the war in Yemen, survived only two weeks after the birth."

"They died in the capital, Sanaa, on Saturday, said the rebels."

"Abdelkhaleq and Abdelrahim shared leg and a kidney, but had a heart and a set of lungs. A sjukhuschef in Sanaa said on Wednesday that there was no possibility to operate the boys in the Yemen, and asked for help from the rest of the world."

"Huthirebellerna accusing the saudiskledda the alliance for tvillingparets death. The alliance has. "

"Late on Wednesday, said the head of a hospital in Riyadh, saudi Arabia, that it had prepared itself to take care of the boys. How big chances the twins would have had to survive with a foreign health care is, however, unclear."

"the Healthcare sector in Yemen has collapsed during the war. Most hospitals lack the ability to provide advanced care and to transport patients out of the country is very complicated."

"The Iranstödda Huthirebellerna has since 2014 control over the city of Sanaa. The opening of the airport has been one of the main issues in talks between the war parties. The issue has been complicated by the fact that it is the government which controls the airspace, and the government accuses the rebels to smuggle weapons through the airport."

"Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the Middle east. Oil and some extent natural gas have been important sources of income. Both the production of oil and the price of oil has fallen in recent years, with major implications for the economy."

"The wave of popular protests that broke out in the arab world in early 2011 spread to Yemen. At the end of the year, president Ali Abdullah Saleh from power and was succeeded in 2012 by his vice-president Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi."

"Huthirebellerna felt discriminated against by the central government and the 2014 besieged the capital, Sanaa, to get through their demands for increased influence. They got the support of Saleh and increased the pressure further in early 2015. President Hadi fled to the port city of Aden and later to saudi Arabia."

"In march 2015, I began a saudiskledd military alliance flygbomba rebellmål. Since then, the situation of the civilian population worsened dramatically. Food and medicines are missing, and the UN has described the situation in Yemen as the world's worst humanitarian disaster."

"Source: Landguiden."

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