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Yemen's war rivals exchange artillery fire around port city

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 5 January 2019
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Security officials say Yemen's Shiite rebels and government forces are shelling each other in areas south of Hodeida, straining an already shaky cease-fire in the Red Sea port city.They said each side blamed...
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