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Yemen's Houthi rebels slam Saleh speech as 'coup

AFP , Saturday 2 Dec 2017
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Yemen's Houthi rebels Saturday accused ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh of staging a "coup" against their fragile alliance, after the strongman said he was open to talks with the Saudi-led coalition fighting them.

"Saleh's speech is a coup against our alliance and partnership ... and exposed the deception of those who claim to stand against aggression," a Houthi spokesman said in a statement carried by the rebels' Al Masirah TV.
 

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