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The Crisis in Yemen, military drone operator, and Mano a Mano helps Bolivians

Despite reaching an agreement to pull back and end the crisis of the last several months, Yemen's Houthi rebels surrounded the presidential palace in Sana. Now President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has resigned. We talk to Joe Kechichian, Gulf State scholar and writer for Gulf News. The use of drones by the United States has been a highly controversial subject over the last decade. Mike Lanchin of the BBC speaks to Brandon Bryant an American airman, who worked as a drone operator for almost five years. Segundo Velasquez and his wife, Joan, started the NGO, ‘Mano a Mano International Partners’ to collect surplus medical supplies and equipment for Bolivans. Now Mano a Mano’s work has expanded to deliver food and school supplies and build some 300 infrastructure projects throughout Bolivia. We find out how they've done it PHOTO: Former Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi(AP Photo/Yemen's Defense Ministry, File) (AP Photo/Yemen's Defense Ministry, File)

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