Students gather inside a class at their school, which has been recently hit by a Saudi-led air strike, in the northwestern province of Saada, Yemen November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Naif Rahma
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Speaking through a spokesman from Yemen's second city Aden, the seat of his beleaguered government, Hadi called on the international community to "condemn this move and hold the militia responsible for the collapse of peace efforts".Announcing their new government, the Houthi rebels said it was a response to Hadi's "stubbornness" in pursuing a deadly war against them with the support of an Arab coalition since March last year.The war of words comes as the U.N. envoy for Yemen shuttles between the two sides in an effort to revive a U.S.-backed cease-fire that collapsed after just 48 hours early last week.Three government soldiers and 14 rebels were killed.
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