Yemen: Britain's Forgotten War

Channel 4

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Krishnan Guru-Murthy, director Paddy Wells and producer Mais Abdullah gain rare access to war-torn Yemen. In a powerful and moving film, Guru-Murthy discovers bombing by the Saudi-led coalition is contributing to a humanitarian crisis; the UN estimates almost 400,000 children are severely malnourished.

About 90 per cent of Yemen's food is imported and ports and warehouses have been targeted. The coalition uses British-supplied weapons, as well as weapons from the USA and France.


 "The suffering shown in the film is appalling" - The Times

First Broadcast

April 1, 2019

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Credits

Executive Producer: Eamonn Matthews

Produced and Directed: Roger Corke

Producer: Alasdair Glennie

Reporter: Sue Turton

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