What is it like to be a stranger in your own country?
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What is it like to be a stranger in your own country?

"The most painful thing is when you feel stable and suddenly you're out of your home."

Om Emad is just one of the over three million Yemenis the UN estimates have been displaced from their homes since war broke out over two years ago.

She had to leave her house in the city of Taiz and flee north to the capital Sanaa, not knowing what kind of future her family would face.

But her passion for Yemeni incense is helping her start a new venture from her kitchen.

Produced by Mai Noman.

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