VIDEO: The moment when the now-daily explosions across Yemen got worse
By now we know Yemen is in chaos, but last week's video shows you what that looks like. (AFP/File)
If anyone hasn't noticed yet, things are not looking so good in Yemen.
Now more than a month old, the Saudi-led airstrike campaign on Shiite Houthi rebel positions in the country shows no signs of slowing down, Activists are reporting piling casualties against civilians from both the Houthis trying to keep control of the country, and the airstrikes' ripple effects. Meanwhile, the US is getting antsy about an Iranian cargo ship inching toward Yemeni waters.
But nothing captures the chaos engulfing the country quite like the footage posted by Yemeni-British journalist Abubakr al-Shamahi on Twitter last week.
Saudi's air campaign has targeted Houthi artillery positions across the country, and that was exactly the case in this video from Sanaa. It's not difficult to imagine what happens when a site filled with ammunition gets shelled, but seeing it from the ground is something else entirely.
It's in a Facebook format, but you can view it here.