A worker inspects damage at a wood factory after it was hit by Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen's Red Sea port city of Houdieda February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad
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Yemeni officials say troops from the United Arab Emirates pulled out of the airport in the southern city of Aden, a day after it was stormed by disgruntled pro-government fighters from the country's south.The UAE forces are part of the anti-rebel coalition.The coalition is backing Yemen's government against Houthi rebels and their allies who overran the capital Sanaa in September 2014 .It said more than 6,100 people had been killed in the fighting since last March, when the Arab-led coalition, including Qatari forces, launched a military intervention in Yemen. The U.N. said another 3,000 people had been wounded and 2.5 million people forced to flee their homes.
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