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Houthi's begin withdrawing from Yemen ports

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Houthi's begin withdrawing from Yemen ports

Houthi's begin withdrawing from Yemen ports

Yemen's Houthi movement has begun withdrawing forces from the country’s port of Saleef in Hodeidah province, finally invoking the terms of a United Nations-sponsored peace deal five months after the agreement was made.

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