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Houthis threaten to sink Saudi battleships & oil tankers unless Yemen blockade is lifted

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Yemen’s Houthi rebel government has threatened to sink Saudi coalition warships and oil tankers unless Riyadh lifts its blockade which threatens the lives of millions in the war-torn country. Read Full Article at RT.com
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