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Britain's top diplomat joins final day of Yemen peace talks

FOXNews.com Thursday, 13 December 2018
Britain's foreign secretary joined Yemen peace talks in Sweden on Thursday, as part of his efforts to help kick start a political process to bring an end to the country's brutal four-year civil war.
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News video: Yemen's warring sides meet face-to-face at Sweden peace talks

Yemen's warring sides meet face-to-face at Sweden peace talks 02:30

Government delegates say the opposing sides are holding direct negotiations for the first time in two years.

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