More than 50 dead in Yemen fighting in two days

The Yemeni government and its allies say the presence of rebels near the key waterway poses a threat to international shipping
Fighting in Yemen has killed 55 rebels and soldiers in two days after the government launched a major offensive in a coastal area near key shipping lanes, officials said Wednesday.
Government forces began the assault Saturday in a bid to recapture the Dhubab district near the Bab al-Mandab Strait which links the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean.
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Source: middleeasteye.net

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