Houthi Shiite Yemenis hold their weapons during a rally to show support for their comrades in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Parties were still discussing a possible solution to Yemen's political crisis on Wednesday afternoon as a deadline set by Shiite militia in control of the capital was expiring, sources said.On Sunday, the so-called Huthi militia set a three-day deadline for the parties to resolve the power vacuum in Yemen since the president and prime minister offered to resign last month.The deadline was set in a statement issued at the end of a three-day meeting in Sanaa attended by the party of ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh but boycotted by the other major political movements.
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