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The fighting has been concentrated over the past two weeks in al-Tuhyta district, south of Hodeida, a vital lifeline for Yemen's aid-dependent population.
There was no immediate no tsunami warning.
An international rights group today called for an investigation into alleged disappearances, torture and possible deaths in detention facilities run by the United Arab Emirates.
Saudi Arabia, The UAE and other allies started backing Yemen in it's fight aganist the rebels since 2015 with the aim to push back the Houthi and restore the internationally recognised government.
The latest report of the UN secretary general on children and armed conflict verified 842 boys had been recruited by various parties in Yemen.
Karnataka High Court sets aside order of cancelling hiring of 100 teaching staff at University of Mysore
Now the court gave liberty to the state government to issue individual notices to the each of those employees whose appointments were annulled and seek explanation if it wanted to pass any orders.
The corporation has initiated the step realising that many employees - mainly drivers and conductors - have been enjoying the benefit of ‘other duty’ works using fake medical certificates.
Last week, the Houthis said they fired several ballistic missiles at the Saudi capital Riyadh. Saudi-owned Al Arabiya TV confirmed that two missiles were intercepted and destroyed in the air.
The United Nations has warned the offensive could spark a fresh humanitarian crisis in a country already hit by war and impending famine.
The Yemeni government and it allies launched their offensive on Wednesday. At least 139 combatants have already been killed, according to medical and military sources.
The military units have begun to clear the airfield of mines and explosive devices planted by the rebels, the BBC reported citing the Army as saying.
Dozens of combatants have been killed since the offensive began on Wednesday and the United Nations has voiced concern for the vital aid shipments that pass through the city's docks.
Yemen's Iran-backed Huthi rebels suffered 30 fatalities in the fighting, which took place two kilometres (1.2 miles) from Hodeida airport, south of the city.
The "liberation" of Hudaydah began with a large-scale ground assault supported by air and naval cover from a Saudi-led multinational coalition.
Loyalist troops have begun pressing towards Hodeida airport, south of the strategic Red Sea city, the commanders said on condition of anonymity.