Hudaida is the main entry point for Yemen’s essential commodities and aid shipments.
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The Iran-backed Houthis have put in place a list of conditions in return for their full withdrawal from the Hudaida port, Yemeni political sources said.Multiple rounds of United Nations-brokered talks between Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels and the country's government, allied with Saudi Arabia, have failed to find a solution to the Yemen war.The battle for Hudaida has killed more than 100 soldiers and insurgents in less than a week, medics and military sources close the government say.The rebels, who have so far refused to withdraw from the port, claim that 418 loyalist fighters have been killed.The port has remained a key point of contention in Yemen's war.
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