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UN says migrants in Yemen stranded, abused amid coronavirus fears

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 01:53s - Published
UN says migrants in Yemen stranded, abused amid coronavirus fears

UN says migrants in Yemen stranded, abused amid coronavirus fears

At least 14,500 African migrants, mostly Ethiopians, blamed for the coronavirus, rounded up and forcibly moved.


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