The port city of Aden, Yemen, has been under siege since March, when Houthi rebels forced out President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi. This photo shows the Crater district of Aden, which has dwindling food supplies and no running water. Photographer Guillaume Binet spent nearly two weeks in the city earlier this summer.
A child is seen through a car window in Aden. "People in the city center have been shelled for a few months," Binet said.
A woman walks in what seems to be a mostly deserted area of the city.
A wounded resistance soldier is cared for. Every day there are hundreds of new casualties, and the hospital in the city center is overwhelmed.
Blood stains a car after a boy was shot by a random bullet.
A tank in the city's Khormaksar district, which was a popular tourist area.
Meat in the city is rare and expensive. Flour is missing, too, Binet said.
This soccer stadium was heavily damaged by shelling.
The flag of the Southern Resistance, which is fighting the Houthis.
Wounded Resistance soldiers are taken to the hospital.
This family lived on the front line of the fighting in Aden.
People look for water in Aden's Crater district.