Yemen's newly-appointed Prime Minister Khaled Bahah addresses a news conference after his cabinet was sworn-in at the Presidential Palace in Sanaa in this November 9, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Files
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Yemeni Prime Minister Khaled Bahah returned to the southern port of Aden on Wednesday in a step towards restoring a government on home soil after months of working from exile with Gulf Arab allies to combat Houthi domination of the country.Government spokesman Rajeh Badi said Bahah, who is also vice president, was accompanied by seven ministers when he arrived in Aden, which loyalist fighters backed by Saudi-led troops recaptured from Iranian-allied Houthi forces in July. Bahah made a brief visit to Aden on Aug. 1 .Aden, a city of one million people, had been gripped by chaos and lawlessness since the Houthis retreated.A Christian cemetery dating from British rule of Aden that ended nearly 50 years ago was also vandalised.
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