Students demonstrate against the deployment of armed militia of the Shiite Houthi movement at Sanaa University campus in Sanaa October 29, 2014. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Yemen's powerful Shiite rebels who are in control of the capital swept a central city south of the capital Wednesday, after repelling Al-Qaeda militants in nearly two-weeks of deadly battles, officials said.Security officials say that the rebels took control of Adeen, 200 kilometers south of Sanaa in Ibb province, which Al-Qaeda forces had captured over the past two weeks.On Tuesday, at least 30 people were killed in clashes between Houthis and Al-Qaeda militants in the central town of Radda where tribes, opposed to both, fear of shifting alliances that could cause some tribes to side with Al-Qaeda against the Shiite rebels.
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