Hodeidah ceasefire accord failing Yemen's lifeline

The UN has accused both sides of failing to honour the terms of the deal, calling for all sides to withdraw from the port city.

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    The fate of the Yemeni port city of Hodeidah is at the centre of a UN-backed ceasefire agreement between the Houthis and pro-government forces.

    The United Nations has accused both sides of failing to honour the terms of the deal, which called for all sides to withdraw from the port city.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson takes a look at the fragile truce.


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