In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, Yemeni worker, Afeef Yahya, 42, who earns 500 YR ($2.33 cents) per day, carries clothes for stock to a shop at a market in Sanaa, Yemen. According to recent government and international reports, unemployment in Yemen has risen to around 30 percent, and even 60 percent among the young. Around 54 percent of the population lives under the poverty, less than $2 per day. The unemployment rate has increased because of the political crisis and the popular uprising in 2011, forcing many factories, private enterprises, and establishments to shut down. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

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In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, Yemeni worker, Afeef Yahya, 42, who earns 500 YR ($2.33 cents) per day, carries clothes for stock to a shop at a market in Sanaa, Yemen. According to recent government and international reports, unemployment in Yemen has risen to around 30 percent, and even 60 percent among the young. Around 54 percent of the population lives under the poverty, less than $2 per day. The unemployment rate has increased because of the political crisis and the popular uprising in 2011, forcing many factories, private enterprises, and establishments to shut down. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, Yemeni worker, Afeef Yahya, 42, who earns 500 YR ($2.33 cents) per day, carries clothes for stock to a shop at a market in Sanaa, Yemen. According to recent government and international reports, unemployment in Yemen has risen to around 30 percent, and even 60 percent among the young. Around 54 percent of the population lives under the poverty, less than $2 per day. The unemployment rate has increased because of the political crisis and the popular uprising in 2011, forcing many factories, private enterprises, and establishments to shut down. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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