Yemenis break their fast as they gather in the street to eat during the holy Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in the southern Yemeni city of Taez on June 23, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ABDEL RAHMAN ABDULLAH
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Ground fighting and Saudi-led airstrikes targeting Yemen's Shiite rebels killed nearly 100 people Wednesday, as negotiators in neighboring Oman tried to reach a truce, Yemeni security officials said.A day earlier, the rebels and other political parties sent a letter to U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon thanking him for his efforts despite inconclusive peace talks in Geneva last week.They urged the U.N. to intervene to stop the Saudi-led airstrikes.Wednesday, an International Committee of the Red Cross ship carrying 1,000 tons of food and three large generators from Oman docked in Yemen's Hudaida port.
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