A general view taken on February 21, 2015 shows the outside of the home of Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi in the Yemeni capital Sanaa. AFP PHOTO/ MOHAMMED HUWAIS
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Houthi's official status since quitting last month in protest at the Houthis overrunning the presidential palace and his private residence remains unclear because his resignation was never formally accepted by the parliament.Hadi's flight to Aden follows an agreement between Yemen's rival fations on Friday, brokered by the United Nations, to set up a transitional council that keeps the parliament in place and gives a voice to some other groups.The United Nations denied reports by two senior political sources in Sanaa that it had helped Hadi travel to Aden as false.Hadi's Sanaa residence was looted by Houthi militiamen after he left, witnesses said, but that was denied by Qahoum.
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