Soldiers loyal to Yemen's government man a checkpoint on a road leading to the Safer oil refinery, in Yemen's central province of Marib October 18, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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The Yemeni government has agreed to participate in U.N.-sponsored talks with rebels aimed at ending the country's seven-month conflict, spokesman Rajeh Badi said Monday.Badi declined to comment on whether the government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi had been given any guarantees concerning its demand for the withdrawal of rebels from seized territories across Yemen.Last month, Hadi's government backed away from U.N.-sponsored talks that were to be held in Oman, insisting the rebels first withdraw from captured territory.
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