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Yemen's Houthis list six strike targets in Saudi, three in UAE

Reuters Sunday, 29 December 2019
The Iran-aligned Houthis said on Sunday six "sensitive" places in Saudi Arabia and three in the United Arab Emirates are on a list of military targets, suggesting the group remains prepared to fight on despite informal talks about a truce in Yemen's war.
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