A view of the container terminal at the Red Sea port of Hodeidah, Yemen November 16, 2016. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Yemeni government forces and their Arab allies are massing north and south of the Houthi-held Red Sea port of Hudaida despite U.N. and aid groups' warnings that a military operation there would put millions of civilians at risk.Food deliveries have been cut by more than half with nearly 3.3 million people – including 2.1 million children – acutely malnourished, the United Nations says.The Arab coalition has accused the Houthis of using the port to smuggle weapons and ammunition, and has been calling on the U.N. to post monitors at the port, which had been damaged by coalition airstrikes.
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