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Aden Seaport, Aden, Yemen
May 18, 2015
Video shows humanitarian aid supplies donated by the United Arab Emirates Red Crescent organization being unloaded from a ship at the seaport of Aden.
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Hadi Mohammad Othman, A Member of pro-Hadi Militias
01:24 – 01:33
"We thank the United Arab Emirates for sending food supplies to the province of Aden.”
April 21, 2015
Dozens of Yemenis and foreigners are seen in this video, filmed at a seaport in Aden, preparing to travel in small boats to Djibouti or Somalia. According to local sources, around 400 people are fleeing through the port of Aden every day. Most of them travel illegally to east Africa.
The trip to Somalia costs 50 US dollars per person and takes about 16 hours, while it costs 90 dollars per person to reach Djibouti, in a trip that takes about 12 hours by sea.
Various of boats near the dock
Various of Aden port entrance
Various of passengers and militiamen inside the seaport
Wide of travellers waiting in seaport parking lot
Traveling of boat carrying passengers
Various of people embarking on boat hoisting Yemeni and Djiboutian flags
Interview with Yemeni man fleeing to Djibouti
SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed Yemeni Fleeing Aden
“In the name of God, I am one of the people who have been affected by this war – the aggression by Houthi and his aides, who have bombed our homes. We are unarmed people and now we are homeless. We have become refugees in our homeland.”
“We were forced to flee to Djibouti. We do not want to leave our country, but we do not have homes any more. We are suffering a lot because of the invasion by [Abdul Malik] Houthi, who does not fear God. He has no mercy for women or children. As you can see, many people are fleeing. Their homes have been destroyed. Children have become homeless.”
Animation of a historic pub for dockyard workers at the Titanic Museum in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The ship was built in Belfast.