An anti-Houthi fighter of the Southern Popular Resistance stands guard as comrades fire from a tank in Yemen's southern port city of Aden May 28, 2015. (REUTERS)
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Saudi-led coalition strikes against Iran-backed Shiite rebels in Yemen's second city Aden Thursday and ground clashes killed at least 40 Houthis and their allies, the city's deputy governor said.The coalition air campaign against the rebels and allied forces loyal to former leader Ali Abdullah Saleh began on March 26 in an effort to restore U.N.-backed President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi to power.Aden's health chief Al-Kheder Lassouar said at least 19 civilians and anti-rebel fighters have been killed in two days of fighting there.
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