Yemen war: People of Hudaida caught in the middle of the fighting

Residents struggle as they face dwindling supplies while troops backed by Saudi-led coalition stormed an airport in Hudaida - part of a crucial battle for Yemen's main port city.

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    The Saudi-Emirati coalition in Yemen says it has taken full control of the airport in the port city of Hudaida.

    It is a key step in its offensive to push Houthi rebels from the city.

    But the people of Hudaida are caught between the fighting and dwindling supplies.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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