The Saudi government says the aim of its operation in Yemen is to protect President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi's

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The fight for the Yemeni port of Aden has made it an \\\\\\\"apparition city\\\\\\\", the leader of the ICRC in the city has told the News Plus.

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Robert Ghosen said medicinal support was earnestly required in the city, where Shia Houthi revolutionaries are battling powers faithful to the administration.

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Support organizations say more than 540 individuals have been slaughtered in late battling and more than 100,000 have been uprooted.

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Air ship from a Saudi-drove coalition are besieging the radicals in backing of the universally perceived government.

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President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi fled to Saudi Arabia a month ago as the radicals pushed south from the capital, Sanaa.

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As the dissidents have progressed on Aden, the port has additionally been shelled by Saudi powers from the ocean.

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Battling raised in the city not long from now, with reports of flooding healing facilities, captured ambulances and bodies left in the avenues.

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The ICRC - the International Committee of the Red Cross - says it is prepared to send two airplane to Yemen, stacked with medicinal supplies, however has so far been not able to do as such.

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On Monday, a help flight to Yemen was kept down in view of logistical issues.

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The World Health Organization says more than 540 individuals have passed on in the Yemen\\\\\\\'s contention in the most recent two weeks and almost 2,000 have been harmed.

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The UN kids\\\\\\\' organization, Unicef, says no less than 74 of the dead are youngsters, and more than 100,000 individuals have been dislodged.

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