Yemeni pro-government forces gather in a highway as they advance towards central Hodeida on November 8, 2018. AFP / Khaled Ziad
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Yemeni forces backed by the Arab coalition launched Friday a "vast offensive" to take full control of the port city of Hodeida, the internationally recognized government based in the southern city of Aden said.The Houthis' Masirah TV said the coalition had carried out more than 30 airstrikes Friday in the neighborhood of the hospital, killing at least two civilians, including a girl, and leaving at least 15 other civilians wounded.The UNHCR expressed alarm over the fate of unknown numbers of people trapped in Hodeida by the latest fighting.
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