A Yemeni soldier stands guard in Mukalla, Yemen, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
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Yemen's warring parties suggested Thursday that they would attend U.N.-sponsored peace talks expected to be held in Sweden next week as Western countries press for an end to a conflict that has pushed millions to the edge of starvation.The U.N. is trying to reconvene talks between the Saudi-backed government of Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi and the Iran-aligned Houthis who control much of the north to agree on a framework for peace.Two of them said Griffiths hoped to hold peace talks on Dec. 4, but it would depend on the evacuation of 50 wounded Houthis.The attack came hours after the Houthis called for suspending truce efforts in Yemen over what they alleged was U.S. opposition to the text of a British cease-fire initiative at the United Nations.
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