Houthi fighters ride on the back of trucks as they take part in a parade in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah. By ABDULJABBAR ZEYAD / REUTERS. Adobe Stock Images

More than three years into its pitiless war, the specter of more death, displacement and hunger is looming over Yemen. More than 600 people have been killed in the past few days as the forces backed by the United Arab Emirates have come within six miles or so of the Red Sea port of Al Hudaydah and the so-named city of 600,00 people, which is held by the Houthi rebels allied with Iran.

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