At least 40 dead in battle for Yemen port

Nearly 200 have died since the offensive on Mocha began
Aden: Fighting for a key port city on Yemen’s Red Sea coast has left at least 40 rebel and pro-government fighters dead, military officials said on Tuesday.
Loyalist forces said Monday they had captured the port of Mocha, almost three weeks into an offensive to oust Al Houthi insurgents and their allies from Yemen’s southwestern coast.
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Source: gulfnews.com

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