Explainer: Separatist takeover of Yemen's Aden leaves Saudi Arabia in a bind
Sunday, 11 August 2019
The southern separatists' takeover of
Aden, the interim seat of Yemen's government, could leave Saudi Arabia struggling to hold together a military coalition fighting the Iran-aligned Houthis.
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A Saudi-led coalition attacked UAE-backed southern separatists on Sunday, fracturing the alliance that had been focused on battling the Iran-aligned Houthi movement. David Doyle reports. Saudi-led coalition targets separatists in Yemen 01:36
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