The clang of jackhammers and excavators fills the streets of Marib, an oil-rich Yemeni boomtown once accustomed to the sounds of war, now a rare oasis of stability in a country torn by strife.
Yemeni business man Misbah Ohag speaks during an interview on January 31, 2018, in the town of Marib. (AFP)
‘Dead and limbless’
A Yemeni tribesman from the Popular Resistance Committees, who supports forces loyal to the Saudi-backed Yemen president, walks around the Awwam Temple area, also known as Mahram Bilqis, in the province of Marib. (AFP)