BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:00 P.M.) – Fighting between Saudi-led coalition forces and Houthi fighters flared up again around Hodeidah on Monday and Tuesday despite the United Nations (UN) pushing for a resumption of peace talks.

Footage shows Saudi-led coalition troops mounting an assault on the southern and western outskirts of the besieged Red Sea port city.

Soldiers fired machine guns behind cover around 50th Street area, while armoured vehicles were filmed driving along the Sanaa road.

The Saudi Coalition has also been carrying out several airstrikes over the Hodeidah Governorate, despite their claims of halting all strikes on the province.


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You need to do a better job at uploading videos. They don’t play.