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Talks aimed at pulling Yemen out of crisis are open to the Houthi militia, which seized power in Sanaa last month, Qatar's Foreign Minister Khalid al-Attiyah said Thursday, as the rebels staged military-type exercises along the border with Saudi Arabia in an apparent show of strength.The Houthis have opposed any change in venue for U.N.-brokered talks, which broke down after Western-backed President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi escaped from house arrest in Sanaa last month. Hadi, who has resumed power from second city Aden in the south, has proposed that talks move to neighboring Saudi Arabia. Saleh's General People's Congress party has also warned that it will boycott talks held outside Sanaa.
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