People gather by a telecommunications tower destroyed by a Saudi-led air strike near the Red Sea port city of Houdieda, Yemen November 27, 2016. REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad
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The U.N. envoy for Yemen has announced a new bid for peace talks between the government and rebels, after the latest cease-fire failed to end the 20-month conflict.The U.N. envoy was to meet Hadi "within two days" in the southern Yemeni city of Aden to receive the government's response to his peace proposals, Foreign Minister Abdulmalek al-Mikhlafi told AFP.In northwest Yemen, the sources said, 40 soldiers and 22 rebels have been killed since Friday in heavy clashes for control of a road linking the Red Sea port city of Midi and nearby Haradh.Clashes raged on the outskirts of the flashpoint city, killing four rebels and three government soldiers late on Saturday, they said.
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