Anti-Houthi protesters demonstrate in Yemen's central city of Ibb March 14, 2015. REUTERS/Mohammed al-Moailme
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Opponents of Yemen's Houthi militia announced the formation of a national alliance Saturday to restore the authority of the state, in a major shakeup of Yemen's political landscape.The coalition, called the National Salvation Alliance, formally unites players from across Yemen's regional and ideological divides.The seven parties include activists, Islamists and members of Yemen's former ruling party, who back President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi from his base in the country's South.
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