Followers of the Shi'ite Muslim al-Houthi group take part in an anti-government demonstration in the northwestern Yemeni city of Saada June 13, 2014. REUTERS
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Fresh clashes broke out Sunday between Yemeni government forces and Shiite Huthi rebels, tribal sources said, ending an 11-day truce reached with mediation backed by United Nations envoy Jamal Benomar.Clashes spread to the adjacent Sanaa province, where troops and rebels used heavy weapons in intense fighting in the Jarban and Jaess areas, according to the same sources.In February, they seized areas of Amran province in fighting with tribes that killed more than 150 people.
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