Yemen's Prime Minister Ahmed bin Dagher (L) disembarks from a plane as he returns from the Saudi capital Riyadh on June 6, 2016, at the International Airport of the southern port city of Aden. / AFP / SALEH AL-OBEIDI
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Yemen's premier-in-exile returned home Thursday along with seven ministers to run the country from the southern city of Aden, the temporary capital as rebels continue to rule Sanaa.The premier's voyage is the first since his predecessor Khaled Bahah fled Aden in October last year after surviving a bombing attack, only weeks after he had returned with a handful of ministers.Government forces backed by the Saudi-led coalition had pushed Shiite rebels and their allies out of Aden and four other southern provinces in the summer.
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