Dozens of fighters believed killed in clashes in Hodeidah after breakdown of UN-led peace talks

Saudi Arabia has responded to the breakdown of UN peace talks by relaunching its offensive to capture the crucial Yemen port city of Hodeidah, claiming to have killed more than 70 Houthi rebels in fighting in recent days.

On Sunday, 11 soldiers from the coalition made up of the Saudis, the UAE and local Yemeni fighters were killed, reflecting the intensity of the fighting for the strategic Red Sea port, the entry point for 80% of the aid into the country.

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