Men and boys on the streets of Sana’a, Yemen’s largest city, sell fuel for cars and generators out of jerry cans, water bottles and barrels.
The fuel black market is one of the few ways to keep a family afloat during this relentless war, they say.
Meanwhile, airstrikes are only getting worse.
“Yemen is under siege,” shouts Nasser Mohammed Al-Sa’adi, buying fuel for his car in the Yemeni capital. “No oil is coming in by the sea so the prices are soaring.”
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes have intensified in recent days here, and Iran has accused Saudi Arabia of attacking its embassy read more >>>
Source : VOANews.Com