Yemenis affected by the country’s ongoing conflict receive food rations provided by an initiative organized by a local charity in the capital Sanaa.
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Yemen foiled an attack by Al-Qaeda militants that planned to target local administrative headquarters in the city of Mukalla the UAE state news agency WAM said Thursday, after security forces found a car laden with explosives that an Al-Qaeda suspect was planning to blow up.Elsewhere, the Houthis have retaken ground from forces loyal to the internationally recognized government in the central provinces of Marib and Shabwa, with at least 85 fighters killed on both sides over the past three days, according to Yemeni officials.Government forces and allied militiamen retook the city from the Houthis several months ago.McGoldrick said it was difficult to estimate the number of civilians reached with aid since the cease-fire came into force.
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