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Yemen Truce Deadline Passes Without Renewal


The UN’s efforts to extend a six-month truce between Yemen’s government and Iran-backed Houthi rebels appear to have ended in failure as the deadline expired on Sunday night without word of a renewed agreement. The ceasefire, which went into effect at 7pm on April 2 and was extended twice for two-month periods, brought relative calm across the country after seven years of war. The UN’s Yemen envoy Hans Grundberg visited the rebel-held capital Sanaa for talks on Wednesday and left without making a comment. But on Saturday, the Houthis declared the ceasefire to be at “a dead end”. “Over the…

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