Middle East

Yemen peace talks in Kuwait end as fighting escalates

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United Nations backed peace talks in Kuwait ended with no result or agreement  as fighting between Houthi rebels between forces loyal to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi turned ugly.

 

The offensive is backed by air strikes from a Saudi led coalition .

Yemen, an impoverished Arab country, has been gripped by one of the most active regional Al-Qaeda insurgencies in the Middle East.
The AQAP, also known locally as Ansar al-Sharia, emerged in January 2009. It had claimed responsibility for a number of terrorist attacks on Yemen’s army and government institutions.
It took advantage of the current security vacuum and the ongoing civil war to expand its influence and seize more territories in Yemen’s southern part.
Security in Yemen has deteriorated since March 2015, when war broke out between the Shiite Houthi group, supported by former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, and the government backed by a Saudi-led Arab coalition.
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