A representative of South Yemen throw a shoe at members of a rebel delegation during clashes at a press conference on Yemen peace talks in Geneva on June 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI
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A fistfight erupted on the sidelines of peace talks in Geneva Thursday between supporters of different warring factions in Yemen, underlining the divisions that have thwarted United Nations efforts broker a truce in the near three-month conflict.A representative of Yemen's General People's Congress, which is allied to the Houthis, said they supported a pause to let humanitarian aid into Yemen but doubted others would do the same.Four car bombs that struck mosques in Sanaa and the Houthi headquarters Wednesday killed two people and wounded 60, a medical source told state news agency Saba on Thursday.The U.N. agency OCHA said Wednesday that 19 of Yemen's 22 provinces faced a food crisis or an emergency.More than 2,600 civilians and combatants have been killed since the conflict began.
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