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Yemen's Houthis begin withdrawal from Yemen ports: Witnesses

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Yemen's Houthis begin withdrawal from Yemen ports: Witnesses

Yemen's Houthis begin withdrawal from Yemen ports: Witnesses

Houthis to unilaterally pull out from three ports in 'first practical step on ground' since Hodeidah deal, UN says.

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