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Arab states attack Yemen port key to feeding 8.4 million starving people

Haaretz Wednesday, 13 June 2018
The United Nations fears the assault could drastically worsen already desperate conditions in the region's poorest country
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Reuters reports tahat arab warplanes and warships pounded Houthi positions in Yemen’s Hodeidah for a second day on Thursday. This happened as a Saudi-led alliance tried to seize the main port in the largest battle of a war that has created the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Apache attack...

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