KHOKHA, Dec 3 — Twenty Yemeni children huddle together outside Khokha hospital, hoping to be let into a clinic that serves as a lifeline for tens of thousands.
On the narrow pavement, a boy dressed in purple leans limply against his mother. In her lap is a baby with expressionless eyes.
The hospital, located in a government-controlled western province, is one of the war-torn country’s better-resourced clinics.
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