Exclusive: Saudi-led blockade cuts fuel lifeline to Yemen /Link
By Jonathan Saul and Selam Gebrekidan LONDON (Reuters) - No fuel shipments have reached Yemen's largest port for a month, a Reuters analysis of port and ship tracking data shows, as a Saudi Arabian-led blockade on the war-torn country tightens despite international calls for the siege to end. Tankers laden with oil have turned away from Hodeida, the biggest entry point for cargo to the devastated north, without unloading. The United Nations' body tasked with inspecting ships seeking to enter the area said on Wednesday it could not say when such ships would be allowed through.
Published on 06 Dec 2017 at 05:28PM