Prisoner swap deal as Yemen peace talks begin

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Yemen’s warring facets have agreed to unfastened hundreds of prisoners at the beginning of peace talks to finish the rustic’s devastating struggle. The assembly is about to remaining per week within the picturesque the town of Rimbo – 35 miles north of Stockholm – with UN assets pronouncing they’re hoping for...
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Published on December 8, 2018 -  02:12
Yemen peace talks continue as humanitarian crisis deepens
Peace talks continued in Sweden aimed at ending the civil war in Yemen. Four years of fighting have killed thousands, pushed the country to the brink of famine and brought on the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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