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Saudi Arabia defends Yemen government against UAE-backed separatists

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
Saudi Arabia called on southern Yemeni separatists on Thursday to cede control of Aden and voiced its support for the government, an indication that its rift with close ally United Arab Emirates had deepened.
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