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Yemen update 4/25/2015.. ex-president Saleh calls for political dialogue; Saudi warplanes target Presidential Palace

Saturday, April 25, 2015 13:38
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Yemen’s ex-president Saleh calls for political dialogue

As armed groups continue to battle each other on the streets of Yemen, there are fresh calls for political dialogue.

It comes from the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, whose loyalist militias have been fighting alongside Irananian-allied Houthi rebels.

Saudi-led warplanes have been supporting fighters attempting to restore the rule of exiled president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

There are fewer Saudi-led airstrikes now, with Riyadh announcing the end of its campaign in Yemen.

Saudi warplanes targeted Presidential Palace in Aden

Saudi Arabia’s invasion of Yemen continues despite the kingdom’s declaration of the end of its airstrikes against its neighboring country. Saudi warplanes targeted the Presidential Palace in the southern city of Aden. There were also two aerial attacks on Ra’s Omran district near the city. There’ve been no immediate reports of casualties. Meanwhile, at least 27 people have been killed in clashes between Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters and remnants of the fugitive former president Abd Rabbo Mansur Hadi in the south. The death toll from the month-long Saudi invasion now stands at nearly two-thousand seven-hundred and-fifty. Most of the casualties have been civilians. Riyadh remains defiant to international calls to stop its airstrikes and allow the arrival of humanitarian aid to Yemen

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