Pro-government Yemeni forces gather in Yemen's Hodeida province near the city of Zabid on June 6, 2018. / AFP / NABIL HASSAN
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A U.N. peace plan for Yemen calls on the Houthi movement to give up its ballistic missiles in return for an end to the bombing campaign against it by an Arab-led coalition and a transitional governance agreement, according to a draft document and sources.The plan, which has not been made public and could be modified, is the latest effort to end Yemen's 3-year-old civil war, which has spawned one of the world's worst humanitarian crises.Previous efforts to end the war, which according to the United Nations has killed more than 10,000 people, have failed.The plan offers no further detail on how much representation the
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