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Yemen's warring sides agree to partial truce, U.N. chief says

euronews Thursday, 13 December 2018
Yemen's warring sides agree to partial truce, U.N. chief saysAround 22 million of Yemen's 29 million people are in need of aid.
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▶ Yemen Warring Parties Agree to Partial Truce 00:59

The U.N.'s secretary general announced that the two sides came to an agreement regarding the dispute over the city and port of Hodeida.

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