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Sana’a rally slams Saudi Arabia for destroying Yemen economy

Yemenis raise their weapons and shout slogans during a protest in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, against ongoing military operations carried out by the Saudi war planes on October 2, 2015. AFP

Mohammed al-Attab

Press TV, Sana'a

Saudi Arabia’s relentless airstrikes on Yemen have killed more than 74-hundred people since they began nine months ago. Most of those killed are civilians. The airstrikes, coupled with the Saudi air and sea blockade, have also taken a toll on the economy in Yemen, already ranked as the poorest country in the Arab world. Rights Activists and Yemeni businessmen have protested in Sana’a to denounce the Saudi aggression. Press TV’s Mohammad al-Attab has the details.

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