An army soldier mans a checkpoint outside the Yemeni cabinet's headquarters in Sanaa March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Yemeni authorities have postponed a trip by a UN humanitarian mission to the restive southern city of Daleh for security reasons, officials said on Thursday.The 10-strong UN delegation waiting in the main southern city of Aden since Sunday was asked to postpone its mission for another week.Its trip is aimed at assessing the humanitarian situation in Daleh where civilians have been caught up in fighting between the army and separatists.The UN has urged both separatists and the 33rd Armoured Brigade in Daleh to spare civilians and not launch attacks from populated areas, Abu Zuluf said.
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