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Houthi camps along the West of Sana'a‭ ‬
Houthi camps along the West of Sana'a‭ ‬

Houthis threaten to topple Hadi government; Crisis deepens in the capital

SANA’A, Aug. 20—Houthis welcomed the formation of the ten-member negotiation committee that President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi established on Wednesday, after a meeting with members of parliament, the Shura Council, and cabinet ministers.

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Many news agencies‭, ‬including the GPC mouthpiece Al-Motamar Net‭, ‬are accusing the Houthis of having dug the tunnel in an attempt to assassinate the former presidentرa claim the group vehemently denies‭.‬
Many news agencies‭, ‬including the GPC mouthpiece Al-Motamar Net‭, ‬are accusing the Houthis of having dug the tunnel in an attempt to assassinate the former presidentرa claim the group vehemently denies‭.‬

Tunnel found near Saleh’s house, investigations underway

SANA’A, Aug. 12—Local media associated with the General People's Congress (GPC) announced late Monday that a tunnel leading to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh's house was discovered, deeming it a plot to assassinate him.

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AQAP militants stopped a bus carrying both civlians and soldiers, before kidnapping and later executing 14 soliders who were on their way home. Photos were published by AQAP on its twitter account.
AQAP militants stopped a bus carrying both civlians and soldiers, before kidnapping and later executing 14 soliders who were on their way home. Photos were published by AQAP on its twitter account.

Fifteen soldiers killed in Hadramout

SANA’A, Aug. 10—Fifteen soldiers were killed in two separate incidents on Friday and Saturday in Hadramout governorate by members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).

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Colored areas indicate where assistance of some kind has been provided since July 15‭ ‬as a result of the most recent fighting in Amran‭. ‬This does not necessarily imply full coverage of all humanitarian needs in that area‭.‬
Colored areas indicate where assistance of some kind has been provided since July 15‭ ‬as a result of the most recent fighting in Amran‭. ‬This does not necessarily imply full coverage of all humanitarian needs in that area‭.‬

Houthis still occupy Amran, opposing returnees vulnerable to detention

SANA’A, Aug. 6—In contradiction to government claims that the Houthis have withdrawn from Amran city, 50 km north of the capital Sana’a, local sources and the UN say that Houthi militants still effectively control the governorate of Amran.

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