Jan 07, 2016

Yemen Crisis: War Intensifies Amid Saudi-Iran Diplomatic Standoff

The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen's Houthi rebels -- believed to be backed by Iran -- has intensified attacks in recent days after Iran and Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic ties in the wake of the execution of a Shi'ite Saudi cleric. And as prospects for peace talks dim, Yemenis say the fallout from fuel shortages and their deteriorating economy are taking as many lives as the war. VOA’s...

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