Saudi, U.A.E create five point aid plan for Hodeidah

RIYADH/DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates announced a five-point aid plan for Yemen’s Hodeidah port and surrounding areas on Wednesday, after a Saudi-led alliance of Arab states launched an attack on Yemen’s Houthi-held main port city. As part of the plan, the two coalition states aim to

Yemenis continue to suffer as fighting around Hodeidah port intensifies

By Middle East Affairs Yemen's government military continues to wage battle against Iranian funded Houthi militias killing 250 Houthi militants, including 20 top field commanders. The fighting took place south of the Hodeidah port, which the U.N. uses to bring relief supplies to the millions of starving Yemenis, that have no other source