The question of compensation is not so clear cut. Do you compensate them for: 1) The market value of the land? 2) Lost viability of their farms and businesses too? 3) The loss in viability of their own state and political entities as well? 4) The increased costs associated with having to deal with the heavily armed and hostile security of their new "neighbours" ? The may yet be even more questions of proper compensation that should be asked.
Red Cross delivers aid to Taiz, Yemen, for first time since August (Reuters)
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