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Wyrób biżuterii w Jemenie (16)

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Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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EN_01319951_0085 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0086 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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EN_01319951_0087 AFP
Safa al-Faqih (L), one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0088 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0089 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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EN_01319951_0090 AFP
Safa al-Faqih (R), one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0091 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0092 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0093 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, crafts a stone in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0094 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, holds precious stones in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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EN_01319951_0095 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, holds rings containing precious stones in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS
EN_01319951_0096 AFP
Safa al-Faqih, one of the few female Yemeni craftsmen working in the precious stones industry in Yemen, holds precious stones in the old city of the capital, Sanaa, on April 18, 2018. Due to the ongoing war in Yemen just a quarter of artisans are still working in Sanaa's old market, where the majority of gemstones were sold, and the men who previously dominated the industry have mostly gone in search of other work. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ABDULKARIM AL-MANARI AND MOHAMMED HUWAIS

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