Daily Prompt: Infuse

How has your week been going? If you lived in Yemen’s capital Sana’a, here is a glimpse of what you could expect.

Airstrikes that wake you up in the middle of the night? Not pictured.

Some good news? A graduation ceremony!

Why don’t you infuse your blog browsing with news from another country?

Supporters of the Huthi rebels shout slogans outside Sanaa airport upon the arrival of the UN special envoy to Yemen in Sanaa on May 22, 2017. Bodyguards of the UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed had to fire in the air to disperse the protesters after he arrived in rebel-held Sanaa to jumpstart peace talks, witnesses said. 

Female Yemeni university students attend a graduation ceremony in the capital Sanaa on May 24, 2017. The war between pro-government forces and Shiite Huthi rebels who control Sanaa has devastated Yemen and pushed it to the brink of famine. According to the United Nations children’s agency UNICEF, 3.5 million Yemeni children are out of school. The fighting has halted the education of nearly two million children on top of the 1.6 million already out of school before the conflict, it said.

Yemenis shop in a market in the old city of Yemeni capital Sanaa, as the faithful prepare for the start of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, on May 25, 2017. More than 1.5 billion Muslims around the world will mark the month, during which believers abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and having sex from dawn until sunset.

A Yemeni girl carries bread in a market in the old city of Yemeni capital Sanaa, as the faithful prepare for the start of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, on May 25, 2017. More than 1.5 billion Muslims around the world will mark the month, during which believers abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and having sex from dawn until sunset.

A Yemeni girl suspected of being infected with cholera receives treatment at a makeshift hospital in Sanaa on May 25, 2017. Cholera has killed 315 people in Yemen in under a month, the World Health Organization has said, as another aid organisation warned Monday the outbreak could become a ‘full-blown epidemic’.

Yemenis suspected of being infected with cholera receive treatment at a makeshift hospital in Sanaa on May 25, 2017. Cholera has killed 315 people in Yemen in under a month, the World Health Organization has said, as another aid organisation warned Monday the outbreak could become a ‘full-blown epidemic’. 

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