A member of the Sudanese Red Crescent holds up an x-ray, during a tour of displaced families in the Yemeni Red Sea port of Aden on August 7, 2015. AFP/SALEH AL-OBEIDI
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Saudi-backed Yemeni officials say pro-government forces have retaken the last military base in the country's south that was held by Houthi rebels.The officials say Friday's capture of Labouza base is the latest victory for the pro-government forces that have been pushing north in the province of Lahej, after routing the rebels from the city of Aden recently.Labouza lies north of the strategic Al-Anad base, which fell to Yemeni troops Monday. Turkey has frozen the assets of officials from Yemen's former regime including ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh, along with Houthi rebel leaders, the official Anatolia news agency reported.In June, France authenticated a video that appeared on YouTube in May showing Prime making an appeal in English to Hollande and Hadi.
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