A Yemeni boy sits near firewood for sale amid ongoing cooking gas shortages in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, on March 6, 2018. AFP / Mohammed HUWAIS
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Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Tuesday defended his country's "just" war in Yemen, on the eve of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's controversial visit to Britain.Prince Mohammad is expected in London Wednesday following his visit to Egypt earlier this week, and before a trip to the United States from March 19 to 22 .The Saudi crown prince wound up his three-day trip to Egypt with a visit to Al-Azhar, the world's foremost seat of learning for Sunnis. The two countries have plans to build a causeway across the Red Sea's Gulf of Aqaba and to develop areas on both sides, including a multibillion-dollar city stretching across Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan.
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