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U.S. targets Iran but policy could worsen Yemen’s humanitarian crisis

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is continuing to step up pressure against Iran before the Biden administration takes over. The designation of Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen as a terrorist organization may have severe consequences for civilians in that war-torn country. CBS News reporter Haley Ott joins CBSN from London for more insight into why humanitarian aid groups fear the move could worsen an already dire situation in Yemen.

This article is sourced from CBS News

U.S. targets Iran but policy could worsen Yemen's humanitarian crisis
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