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Yemen: The Silent War ()


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Yemen: The Silent War is a short documentary that tells the stories of Yemeni refugees living in Markazi Refugee Camp, capturing the emptiness of the camp.

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Directed by

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Sufian Abulohom

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Sufian Abulohom ... producer
Intsar Al-Eryani ... executive producer

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F. Can Erdogan

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Sufian Abulohom

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Sufian Abulohom

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F. Can Erdogan ... foley artist / sound mixer

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After the war started in Yemen early 2015, more than 3 million people have been internally displace and around 180,000 people have fled the country. Thousands of Yemeni refugees have returned to Yemen preferring the uncertainty of the war over the camps' conditions. Only 2,170 Yemenis remain at the Markazi Refugee Camp in Obock, Djibouti. Yemen: The Silent War is a short documentary that tells the stories of Yemeni refugees living in Markazi Refugee Camp, capturing the emptiness of the camp. Written by Sufian Abulohom

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  • Yemen: The Forgotten War
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  • 11 min
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