Representatives of the warring parties in Yemen – saudistödda army and Iranstödda huthi militia – agreed on a ceasefire during the UN-led meeting in Stockholm last week. Specifically, it was the rebel-controlled port city of Hodeidah, a strategically central location for humanitarian aid to the country.
Read more: the Guns should fall silent in HodeidahA factory that was destroyed in a lufträd toward Hodeidah on Monday. Photo: AFP
reported to the ceasefire, however, have been over with scattered fighting between groups in various parts of the strategically important city as the united nations called the Yemeni lifeline. It is unclear who shot first and it has not been reported or how many have died in the fighting.
Erik Ohlsson: the Fighting shows the fragility of the peace agreement
During the more than three are long, the civil war, several attempts at truce failed in various degrees. The humanitarian crisis is extreme, according to most of the world's worst, with widespread poverty, svältproblematik and escape.Link to the graphics
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