A man walks past the headquarters of the court of appeals destroyed by a Saudi-led air strike in Saada, Yemen August 28, 2016. REUTERS/Naif Rahma
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Yemen's exiled government has said it welcomes in principle a US-backed plan to resume peace talks with Iran-backed rebels on the basis of forming a unity government.In Sanaa, the rebels said they had discussed the establishment of a government, and said they would respond "positively" to any attempt to end the conflict.The rebels had been demanding a unity government as the first step towards resolving Yemen's war.The internationally backed government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi wanted a rebel pullout from seized territory, including Sanaa, and a surrender of weapons, as the first steps, in line with a UN Security Council resolution on the crisis.
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