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Soon, the guns fall silent in the yemeni port city
"Soon may the weapons fall silent in the yemeni port city"

"the Continued fighting has overshadowed agreement on a ceasefire in the city which has been described as Yemen's lifeline. But now reported a cease-fire to be imminent in the al-Hudaydah."

"the Agreement reached between the government and the Huthirebellerna – reached last week after days of deliberations on american soil has been described as the most positive step taken in the Jemenkonflikten in several years. But the country, as have has been destroyed completely by the war, still have a long way to go to peace, which was confirmed by this weekend's clashes in the city of al-Hudaydah."

"the Parties' agreement, which was announced at the Johannesbergs castle, on Thursday, ruled that the guns would fall silent immediately in the port city, which is very important for the flow of humanitarian aid into the country. But during the weekend, there have been reports of air raids and clashes between the rebels and the saudiskstödda regeringssidan."

"Ceasefire at midnight"

"It was the UN envoy, Martin Griffiths, in Sunday remind the parties of what they agreed, and urged them to immediately implement their obligations in accordance with the text of the stockholm convention."

"And now it seems to be clear that the ceasefire should enter into force during the night on Tuesday, confirming an anonymous united nations official to the AFP news agency. Earlier, representatives of the parties and a UN source stated the same thing for the news agency Reuters."

"Two residents in al-Hudaydah tells over the telephone to AFP that they can hear the sporadic fighting in different parts of the city on Monday. Doctors without borders expresses, in turn, concern for the continuing violence."

"Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the Middle east. Oil and some extent natural gas have been important sources of income. Both the production of oil and the price of oil has fallen in recent years, with major implications for the economy."

"The wave of popular protests that broke out in the arab world in early 2011 spread to Yemen. At the end of the year, president Ali Abdullah Saleh from power and was succeeded in 2012 by his vice-president Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi."

"Huthirebellerna felt discriminated against by the central government and the 2014 besieged the capital, Sanaa, to get through their demands for increased influence. They got the support of Saleh and increased the pressure further in early 2015. President Hadi fled to the port city of Aden and later to saudi Arabia."

"In march 2015, I began a saudiskledd military alliance flygbomba rebellmål. Since then, the situation of the civilian population worsened dramatically. Food and medicines are missing, and the UN has described the situation in Yemen as the world's worst humanitarian disaster."

"Source: Landguiden with multiple"

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