Yemeni men inspect the damages at a factory allegedly targeted by Saudi-led coalition's airstrikes in the Red Sea town of Hodeidah on July 27, 2018. / AFP / ABDO HYDER
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The Arab coalition fighting in Yemen killed 38 rebels in the past 24 hours in airstrikes on the strategic port of Hudaida, military and medical sources said Monday. The latest raids come just days before peace talks in Geneva between the internationally-recognized government backed by the coalition and the Houthi rebels linked to Iran.Pro-government military sources told AFP the coalition targeted Houthi sites, including a roundabout in the south that leads to the center of Hudaida city and near a naval academy to the west.Medical sources in Hudaida said 38 Houthi rebel fighters were killed and 26 were wounded.
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