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When Yemenis fleeing war make it to Djibouti, they often find Ethiopians heading in the other direction


A CORPSE LIES by the side of the road. The man, likely an Ethiopian in his late 20s, is facedown under a bush with his arms stretched out in front of him. He is wearing only shorts and a bright yellow tank top marred by dust and blood. No shoes, no money, no ID. Passers-by heading to Friday prayer are saddened but not surprised.

EXODUS: The fighting in Yemen has displaced around 2.7 million people within the country and forced more than 19,600 to flee to Djibouti on crowded boats like this one.
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