BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 P.M.) – Intense clashes broke-out in the Hodeidah Governorate of western Yemen this afternoon after the Saudi Coalition and their allies resumed their offensive activities against the Houthi forces.

According to a new report from the official media wing of the Houthi forces, the Saudi Coalition and their allies stormed the Houthi defenses along the eastern and southern axes of Hodeidah city.

No advances have been reported as of yet.

This attack by the Saudi Coalition and their allies comes on the same day that the Yemeni government negotiates a potential peace settlement with the Houthi forces.

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2018-12-09 17:00

Stupid. They do not want a truce?