Al Hudaydah

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Al Hudaydah:

see HodeidaHodeida
or Al Hudaydah
, city (1994 pop. 298,452), W Yemen, on the Red Sea. An important port, it exported coffee, cotton, dates, and hides prior to Yemen's civil war in the late 2010s. It was developed as a seaport in the mid-19th cent. by the Turks.
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, Yemen.
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HODEIDAH, 5th September, 2019 (WAM) -- The UAE Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, has implemented intensified campaigns in various districts of Yemen's Red Sea Coast, including Taiz and Hodeidah, to fight cholera, as part of the UAE's continued support to the health sector in Yemen's Red Sea Coast.
The militia heavily attacked areas in Hodeidah using mortar bombs and other weapons.
bin Habtoor pointed out that the important decision taken by the Council to open an account at the branch of the Central Bank in Hodeidah to deposit revenues of the ports of Hodeidah, Salif and Ras Issa and allocate them to pay salaries, would have a great effect in removing all allegations and justifications exploited by Saudi-led aggression coalition to prolong the suffering of the Yemeni people.
RIYADH, June 21 (KUNA) -- The Saudi-led coalition carried out Friday an operation targeting north of the province of Hodeidah, including five booby-trapped and unmanned boats that were equipped by the terrorist Houthi militia.
Yemen's Houthi movement on Saturday started withdrawing forces from Saleef port in Hodeidah province under a United Nations-sponsored peace deal that had been stalled for months, a Reuters witness said.
Hodeidah has become the focus of a four-year war between Saudi-backed government forces and the Iran-aligned Houthi group.
A displaced Yemeni girl sits next to an armoured military vehicle at a camp in the Khokha district of the western province of Hodeidah.
New York, January 26, 2019, SPA -- Yemeni Minister of Foreign Affairs Khaled Al-Yamani stressed the importance of the Yemeni government's plan to redeploy in Hodeidah and Iranian-backed Houthi militia to commit to ceasefire agreement.
The Houthis had agreed to remove troops and cease fighting in the port city of Hodeidah on December 13, after consultations in Sweden between the rebels and the Yemeni government took place.
Baghdad, (NINA) - The Security Council on Friday unanimously adopted a resolution endorsing the ceasefire in the Yemeni city of Hodeidah and sending international observers there.