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Missile attack on Yemen army base in Marib kills seven: sources

Reuters Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Houthi fighters in Yemen fired missiles at a military base of the Saudi-backed government in Marib province, northeast of the capital Sanaa, on Tuesday, killing seven people including relatives of the chief of staff, three military sources said.
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