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BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:50 A.M.) – The Yemeni War is now three years in and still no political solution has been put in place to end the violence plaguing this historical country.

Most recently, the battle has intensified along the Yemeni coast, as both the anti-regime Houthi forces and UAE-backed Southern Resistance trade offensives near the provincial axis of the Hodeideh Governorate.

Meanwhile, in the northern part of the country, the Saudi Coalition has continued its bombing campaign inside the provinces of Hajjah, Sa’ada, and Sana’a.

In response to this bombing campaign, the Houthi forces have launched a large number of ballistic missiles towards Saudi military installations inside this Gulf kingdom.

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Wrong. Houthi is resistance, Saudis are the aggressors.