Battle for Hudaida could make Yemen's humanitarian crisis worse

if Saudi-led coalition takes the vital port of Hudaida, food imports for 70 percent of the population may be at risk.

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    The battle for Yemen’s most strategic port city continues as Saudi and Emirati-backed forces battle Iranian-supported Houthis.

    Losing Hudaida would deal a serious blow to the rebels.

    It could also interrupt or cut off food imports for 70 percent of the population.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports.


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