Leen Al-Mugahed

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Among the many products found in the bustling markets of the Yemeni capital Sana’a are bundles of stripped branches covered by scraps of cloth or plastic, put there to preserve the freshness of the tender oval leaves, known locally as khat. Grown in the surrounding highland towns, khat is picked at dawn from groves of the tall-growing Catha edulis plant and(More)
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