Yemen rebels to resume peace talks

Yemen rebels to resume peace talks

World August 28, 2016 18:15

sanaa - The Houthi rebels in Yemen to resume peace talks with the government evicted once an end to the bombing of the territory they occupy. The peace talks are quiet since early August.

Since the crash of the peace talks shoot the Shiite Houthis again arranged neighboring Saudi Arabia. This country leads a coalition of Sunni countries that is shot to help the Yemeni government. The Saudis and their allies harass the rebels in months almost continuously from the air.

The United States called the Houthi rebels last week in Saudi Arabia not to harass longer, retiring to resign from the Yemeni capital Sanaa and their weapons. Meanwhile, the insurgents and their opponents would have to form a government of national unity.
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The government of Yemen believes that the Houthis must first meet the initial requirements can be there for a unity government there. But it has been hinted that there is talk about the American proposal.

Yemen is fighting almost daily for over a year. The violence has killed 6,500 people and displaced three million others from their homes.

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