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Houthi mine kills Yemeni child in Hodeidah
 
A landmine planted by the Houthi militia killed of a 10-year-old boy on Sunday in al-Khokha district, south of Hodeida province, west of Yemen. According to local sources, a landmine planted by Houthi militias exploded, killing a child, Abdo Yousef Hassan, while he was grazing sheep in the village of “Yabili” east of the Directorate of Khokha.
 
 
 
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The Houthi paralyses the banking market
 
 
The pro-Iranian Houthi militias have suspended the operation of six financial exchange networks across their control areas without giving reasons for the decision, which came as part of a series of Houthi measures to hit the banking market.
 
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Many Houthi terrorists eliminated in Saada
 
The Arab coalition fighter jets launched a series of raids on Houthi militias in the Naqqa front in al-Safra district, north of Saada province, the main Houthi stronghold..
 
 
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UAE supplied Taiz hospitals with 12 tons of nutritional supplements
 
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has distributed 12 tons of nutritional supplements to the hospitals of the Yemeni province of Taiz.
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The Arab Coalition cleans Hodeidah from the Houthi militias
 
The Arab Coalition Forces in Support of Legitimacy in Yemen launched a military operation north of Hodeidah governorate to destroy military targets belonging to the Houthi terrorist militia.
 
 
 
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The Houthi militias blocks food ships from entring Hodeidah port
 
The Arab Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen confirmed on Friday the continuation of granting permits to all ships bound for Yemeni ports.
 
 
 
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France : Aramco was not attacked from Yemen
 
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Laudrian questioned the Houthis’ claim for the Saudi oil facilities, known as “Aramco attacks,” saying it isnot possible”.”It is not true that the Houthis in Yemen attacked Aramco facilities in Saudi Arabia. Their claim of the attack cannot be taken into account,” he said.
 
 
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