Protesters march during an anti-Houthi demonstration in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Nadia Abdullah)
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Yemen's President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi met Thursday with the UN envoy in Aden, as the southern city increasingly became the country's de facto political and diplomatic capital instead of militia-held Sanaa.Hadi held his first face-to-face talks with UN envoy Jamal Benomar in Aden after fleeing on Saturday to the city in Yemen's formerly independent south, an AFP correspondent said.The envoy landed a day after a high-profile delegation visited Aden to reiterate support from Arab Gulf monarchies to Hadi.Hadi has been seeking to restore his authority from Aden and earlier this week received representatives of Yemen's main seven political parties.
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