Yemen is in ‘complete meltdown’ and civilians are paying
Clip: 07/20/2017 | 11m 50s
The almost three-year Saudi-led conflict against Houthi rebels in Yemen has killed thousands, and spurred a severe cholera outbreak, plus critical food and medical care shortages. We take a look at the crisis with a documentary excerpt from PBS's Frontline, then Judy Woodruff learns more from David Miliband, CEO of the International Rescue Committee.
Aired: 07/20/17Video has closed captioning.
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