The conflict in Yemen is among the least reported and represented by the media around the world. The reasons are many, not least the extreme difficulty of access for international reporters and, for locals, the extreme risks of being killed, arrested, threatened by the militias. But once inside, this country and its people are striking for the extreme beauty of places, landscapes, architecture, faces. Thus, photographing and describing this country at war poses uncommon challenges for reporters. How to reconcile the story of the war and its load of destruction, poverty, deformity, with the sense of objective beauty that this place offers to an observer? How can we not fall into voyeurism in the face of the necessary representation of malnutrition? How, at the same time, can we not fall into mannerism, privileging only this beauty, without giving depth to the cruelty of a conflict that has lasted for seven years and shows no sign of ending?