Deadly air attacks pound Houthi-held Hodayda

Three days of air attacks by the Saudi-led coalition have pounded a rebel-held region in western Yemen, displacing thousands of people already in severe need of humanitarian aid.

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    Three days of air attacks by the Saudi-led coalition have pounded a rebel-held region in western Yemen, displacing thousands of people already in severe need of humanitarian aid. Dozens of Houthi fighters have reportedly been killed by the attacks on Hodayda.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports.


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