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France and Saudi Arabia will co-host an international conference on Yemen in Paris in June to assess humanitarian needs for the country and possibly contribute to reviving U.N.-backed peace talks.The French president's office said the conference would take place at the end of June.It is unclear how this would fit into the U.N. Yemen mediator Martin Griffiths' efforts.Last month, a Saudi oil tanker was hit off Yemen's main port city of Hudaida, suffering limited damage, in what coalition forces said was an attack by the Houthis, without identifying the type of weapon used in the assault.
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