Yemen's Houthi rebels leave three ports including Hodeidah

Some government ministers have accused the Houthis of faking a pullout and handing the port to some of its own fighters.

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    The United Nations says the withdrawal of Yemen's Houthi rebels from three major ports is going according to plan.

    This, despite the Yemeni government saying the pullout is just a ploy.

    It accuses the Houthis of handing over control to its allies.

    The redeployment of fighters is part of a UN-brokered deal and is expected to continue over the next few days.

    It includes Hodeidah, which is the main entry point for food and humanitarian aid.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.


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