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UAE carries out air strikes in Yemen’s Aden on Saudi-led forces' attackers: WAM

Reuters Thursday, 29 August 2019
UAE said on Thursday it carried out air strikes in Yemen's Aden against "terrorist organizations" that attacked Saudi-led coalition forces and the city's airport, according to a statement quoted by UAE state news agency WAM.
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