Hadi walking among officials after disembarking from a Saudi air force plane upon his return from exile to Aden.
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In September, after six months of exile in Saudi Arabia, Hadi and Bahah returned to Aden but had to go back to Riyadh after a deadly attack on the provisional seat of government.The palace was severely damaged in the fighting that gripped Aden until July but was recently repaired by the United Arab Emirates, which along with Saudi Arabia is taking a lead role in supporting Hadi's government.Taiz has seen heavy fighting in recent months between pro-government forces and the Shiite Houthi rebels and their allies. There are loyalist troops inside the city but they are besieged by the rebels.Pro-Hadi forces and their coalition allies pushed north toward Taiz overnight, capturing the village of Waziaa, southwest of the city, military sources said.
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