Houthi militants man a checkpoint on a street leading to the site of a car bomb attack near a mosque in Yemen's capital Sanaa July 7, 2015. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Yemen's government told the United Nations Wednesday it would agree to a truce to end more than three months of fighting provided key "guarantees" were met, spokesman Rajeh Badi said.Saudi Arabia and an Arab coalition have been bombing the Iran-allied Houthis and their allies in Yemen's army in an effort to restore Hadi and back armed opponents of the Houthis.Yemen is running critically short of imported food and fuel as war has cut internal supply lines, and the United Nations says more than 80 percent of its 25 million people need some form of emergency aid.The 15-page report, which bears the insignia of the U.S. Navy's Central Command and the Saudi flag, has been circulated among coalition militaries and humanitarian agencies which send in aid with the Saudi alliance's approval.
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