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Dispatches | Jun 21, 2012 | 2:26

Yemen travel: patience, madness and reward - June 21/12

You've heard this one before, "pack plenty of patience". As freelance reporter Lindsey Mackenzie prepared her dispatch from Yemen, she could have used a bigger suitcase.

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