Army soldiers inspect a car at a checkpoint in Sanaa June 26, 2014. REUTERS/ Mohamed al-Sayaghi
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Fierce clashes broke out Saturday between pro-government tribesmen and Shiite Huthi rebels near the Yemeni capital, as the president vowed that authorities will not tolerate any violence.In a speech marking the start of Ramadan, the Muslim holy Muslim month of fasting, President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi denounced the violence.Hadi however did not give further details or blame any parties for the incident.Saleh ruled Yemen for 33 years before being forced out in February 2012 and replaced by his long-time deputy Hadi under a UN- and Gulf-sponsored deal.
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