Houthi fighters ride a truck near the presidential palace in Sanaa Jan. 22, 2015. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Yemen's Houthi fighters have denied reports that warring parties have reached a preliminary agreement Tuesday to release all prisoners beginning within 20 days.The Iran-allied Houthis and Yemen's Saudi-backed exile government are trying to reach a peace agreement in talks in Kuwait aimed at ending a year-long war and easing a humanitarian crisis in the Arabian Peninsula's poorest country.Government sources at U.N.-backed peace talks earlier Tuesday said an agreement had been struck to release the prisoners.
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