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Fighters exchanged fire over mine-infested ground at the disused international airport south of the city. Houthi tanks fired shells to defend a key coastal road. Rebels dug trenches into approach roads, in anticipation of a fight for the city center. Dock workers hastily unloaded three ships sent by the United Nations World Food Program that contained enough food for six million people for one month, a spokeswoman, Bettina Luescher, told reporters in Geneva.
The sheer amount was a reminder of how the fate of Al Hudaydah has become tied to the fate of millions of vulnerable Yemenis. The stream of trucks that trundles from the Red Sea port account for about 70 percent of imports in a country where two-thirds of the 29 million people rely on international aid. Aid groups warn that any interruption to that movement would cut supplies to eight million people on the edge of starvation, and cause a sharp rise in food prices for other Yemenis, potentially tipping them into danger.
The United Arab Emirates, which is commanding the assault on Al Hudaydah, insists that it can achieve a rapid, clean victory that will even improve aid supplies to Yemen. But as the battle swelled on Tuesday, some aid workers accused the coalition of engaging in cynical manipulations. According to the United Nations, the impoverished governorate of Al Hudaydah has some of the worst rates of malnutrition and disease in Yemen.
Diab said. Although cholera infections have fallen this year, many cases persist in the slums of Al Hudaydah, where internally displaced people live in rough shelters with poor sanitation. By the most pessimistic estimate, ,00 lives are at risk. But for now, the most immediate danger to civilians in Al Hudaydah comes from the fighting. On Sunday night an explosion hit a motorcycle carrying Abdulbari Yahyah Farea and his four children as they fled the fighting near their home beside the airport.
Farea and his sons, ages 3 and 8, died instantly. His two daughters survived. The eldest, Rawan, 15, dragged her badly injured sister, Hanan, 10, to relative safety. She spoke by phone with United Nations aid officials who made frantic calls to Houthi contacts in the Yemeni capital, Sana, and to the Saudi operations command in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, in an effort to get an ambulance into the area.