Pro-government fighters stand on the barrel of a tank in an area where they fought against Houthi fighters in the southwestern city of Taiz, Yemen August 13, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer
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Yemen's central bank has complained to its allies in a Saudi-led military coalition about a lack of cash deliveries needed to pay salaries, in a sign of the government's struggle to keep the war-torn country's economy afloat.There are two opposing central banks in Yemen – an internationally recognized one in the southern city of Aden and another in the capital Sanaa in territory run by the government's foes in the armed Houthi movement.Forces loyal to President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi wrested Aden and several southern provinces from the Houthis in the summer of 2015 but have struggled to impose stability and the government still operates mostly from exile in the Saudi capital Riyadh.
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