War torn Yemen has seen its main port reopen while another has come under intense aerial bombardment.
Aden Ports Corporation has issued a circular announcing that following four months of closure, the port of Aden is now open and has received more than ten vessels since the cessation of hostilities.
Aden Container Terminal (ACT) was undamaged during the crisis and is ready to resume handling commercial vessels.
However, warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition on Tuesday struck a rebel-held port that has been a key gateway for aid entering battered Yemen
Tuesday’s airstrikes on the Red Sea port of Hodeida, about 90 miles southwest of Sana, destroyed or damaged warehouses, containers, cranes, docking facilities and at least one vessel, according to Amnesty International.