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Yemeni War: Death Toll rises to over 600

Sanaa, April 07: The ongoing war between army and rebel forces intensified with the death toll rose to over 600 in Yemen. The situation has been worsened and the people are living in the war-torn country with uncertainty.

The number of deaths may rise further as the conflict between the Houthi rebels and the army loyal to Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, who has fled to Saudi Arabia seeking refuge, seems to have reached no conclusion. The WHO estimates 540 people had died so far in the war.

It can be noted that Aden is the worst affected in the war. On Monday, more than 50 people died in the port city alone. 

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