Saudi-led coalition resumes Hodeidah air raids after 2-day lull

After a pause in fighting in the besieged port city of Hodeidah, air raids by the Saudi-Emirati coalition against Houthi rebels resume.

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    Air raids have resumed over Hodeidah in Yemen, the main port for food and medical supplies that the Saudi-Emirati coalition is trying to retake from Houthi rebels.

    The United Nations says the war has pushed some 8.4 million people to the brink of starvation.

     

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from nearby Djibouti.


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