UN Arrives in Hodeida to Monitor Fragile Truce Amid Repeated Saudi Violations

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UN Arrives in Hodeida to Monitor Fragile Truce Amid Repeated Saudi Violations

Dutch officer Maj. Gen. Patrick Cammaert, center, who heads a United Nations advance team tasked with monitoring a cease-fire that went into force in the Red Sea port city of Hodeida, is greeted on arrival to Sanaa airport, Yemen, Dec. 22, 2018.Hani Mohammed | AP

Written by Ahmed Abdulkareem; Originally appeared at MintPress

According to information provided by a local source to MintPress News, Saudi ceasefire violations included 100 missile attacks and 300 cases of artillery fire and shelling over the weekend, as well as attempts to breach Hodeida from two sides.

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  • potcracker2588

    are these the same dutch UN observers as in serbia??? LOLOLOL

    NEVER EVER EVER TRUST THEM SATANIC EVIL JEWS…..

    now either the houthis aree plain STUPID…… or they are really in a bad shape when it comes to manpower/firepower etc.. or the houthis got sold out by a deal between russia/usa/saudi/iran, meaning 1 side gets syria, the other gets jemen and vice versa the other side backs out of the conflict!!!