U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock speaks to the press in Sanaa on November 29, 2018. (AFP/Mohammed HUWAIS)
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U.N.-sponsored peace talks between Yemen's warring parties are expected to start next week in Sweden, Britain's envoy to Yemen said Thursday, as Western allies press for an end to the war that has pushed the country to the verge of starvation.A member of Hadi's delegation told Reuters Wednesday that the talks were due to be held on Dec. 4, but that the date could change "depending on logistics".Martin Griffiths, the U.N. envoy to Yemen, visited the Houthi-held capital Sanaa this week where he met with the group's leaders.
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