Hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, struggles to treat diphtheria victims because of war
A proxy war that pits a Saudi-led coalition against Iran-backed rebels is preventing a major hospital in Yemen’s capital from treating a sharp rise in the number of diphtheria cases.
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