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Yemenis praise resistance media

Abdullatif al-Washali
Press TV, Sana'a

An exhibition has opened in the Yemeni capital Sana'a to introduce part of the crimes and violations committed by the Saudi-led coalition during seven years of its war and siege. The exhibition is organized by students of Sana'a University. Press TV's Abdullatif Al-washali has the story.

During the inauguration ceremony, organizers praised the role of resistance media outlets, including Press TV, in supporting the Yemeni people and exposing the crimes being committed against civilians by the Saudi-led coalition.

Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis, mostly civilians have been killed and millions of others have been suffering from the Saudi-led war and siege since 20-15. Unfortunately, the mainstream western media keep turning a blind eye to the crimes and violations against Yemenis.

Despite the wounds inflicted by years of the Saudi-led war, this exhibition proves that art and creativity are still alive in Yemen. Organizers say the exhibition gives a clear idea of suffering millions of Yemenis have endured. It is also an attempt to revive the conscience of the world which has seemingly died along with hundreds of thousands of innocent Yemenis.

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