08:41 GMT18 January 2021
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    Local media reported that the Saudi-led Coalition has struck a navy school in Yemen's city of Hodeidah.

    Houthis' TV channel Al Masirah, said that the Saudi-led Coalition had made a strike on a navy school in Hodeidah, Yemen. There were no immediate reports on the scale of destruction or the number of victims.

    Previously, Al Masirah reported that the Arab coalition carried out an airstrike on a hospital in the city, killing 42 people. A spokesperson for the Houthi Healthcare Ministry said that the airstrike targeted ambulance cars.

    READ MORE: Saudi-Led Coalition Says Hodeidah Operation Aims to Force Houthis to Negotiate

    The Yemeni government forces, backed by the Saudi-led coalition, launched an offensive to seize the port city of Hodeidah from the Shia Houthi rebels on June 13. The operation still continues despite the UN warnings of a possible humanitarian disaster.


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