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12 June 2018, 09:00 | Devin Moran
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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other Arab allies intervened in Yemen in March 2015 in an attempt to push back the rebels and restore the internationally recognised government to power after the Houthis ousted it from large areas of the country including Sanaa.
Yemen relies on imports for 90 percent of its food and 70% of those transit through Hodeida, Lowcock said.
"At least 250 members of the Houthi militia were killed in battles and coalition raids in the past seven days", the army's September.net website, citing military sources.
A total of 143 Houthi rebels have also been captured during the clashes, it added.
"As much as 5,750,000,000 Yemeni Riyals equivalent to more than $22 million as well as 5,297 counterfeited passports were confiscated as they were being sent to the Houthi militias in Saada", Col. Witnesses, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals, said the fighting has forced dozens of families to leave their homes.
Al-Turki said the Houthi violations are still going on in the province of Saada, the platform of ballistic missiles and the destination of smuggled missiles from outside Yemen.
Meanwhile, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo said the US "is closely following developments" and has "spoken with Emirati leaders and made clear our desire to address their security concerns while preserving the free flow of humanitarian aid and life-saving commercial imports".
Maintaining open corridors for the aid and avoiding a humanitarian crisis in a city inhabited by half a million people is a key priority for Washington.
As the US-backed coalition in Yemen appears ready to assault the rebel-held port city of Hodeidah, the entry point for most of the country's aid, Congress is calling on the Pentagon to "use all available means" to stop the operation.
This hostile act proves the continuing involvement of the Iranian regime in supporting the Houthi militias in flagrant and explicit violation of the United Nations resolutions and that are aimed to threaten the security of not only the Kingdom but the region and the world as well, he said. It has damaged Yemen's infrastructure, crippled its health system and pushed the Arab world's poorest country to the brink of starvation. Malnutrition, cholera and other diseases have killed or sickened thousands of civilians over the years.
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