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Over 30,000 civilians flee Yemen's Hodeida as clashes between Saudi-led coalition, Houthi rebels intensify

Firstpost Saturday, 23 June 2018
Many civilians have fled from rebel-held Hodeida in Yemen as clashes between the Saudi-led coalition army and Houthi rebels intensified
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News video: Saudi, UAE coalition enters airport compound of Yemen's Hudaida

▶ Saudi, UAE coalition enters airport compound of Yemen's Hudaida 02:57

Losing Hudaida would weaken Houthi rebels by severing supply lines from Red Sea port city to their stronghold in Sanaa.

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