People gather around a bus after it was attacked by gunmen in Yemen's southern port city of Aden June 15, 2014. REUTERS
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Yemeni warplanes hit Shiite rebel positions Tuesday in the north, where the army has come under repeated attacks after the collapse of a short-lived truce, local and military officials said.The Tuesday raids targeted rebel positions in the villages of Salata, Sahab and Bani Maymun, located at the foot of the strategic Jabal al-Dhine mountain, an army official said.Local and tribal sources told AFP dozens have been killed on both sides since Sunday.Warplanes launched similar raids on rebel positions south of Amran city on June 3rd.
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