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The Yemen administration's internal struggle continues to surface in the civil war

2019-08-11T08:18:56.450Z

The forces that had joined the administration in Yemen in the Middle East, where the civil war continued, suddenly armed uprising and seized the presidential palace. Saudi Arabia and Ira ...



Yemen continues in civil war The internal struggle on the administration's side surfaced Confusion may deepen August 11 17:12

The forces that had joined the administration in Yemen in the Middle East, where the civil war continued, suddenly armed uprising and seized the presidential palace. As Saudi Arabia and Iran support the administration and rebels respectively, and the civil war is swamped, the administration's internal struggles may surface and the chaos may deepen further.

In Yemen, where the civil war continued for more than four years, the armed forces that had participated in the Hadi administration supported by Saudi Arabia suddenly erupted in Aden, the port city that is the de facto capital of the administration, until the 10th After four days of battle, he seized the presidential palace and military base.

In the video from the field, you can see that armed forces fighters with guns raising their flag on the tank and cheering.

This armed group is an organization that has advocated independence in the southern part of Yemen. So far, it has participated in the administration from the hostility to the anti-government force "Fushi" supported by Iran. The administration accuses this armed uprising of being a “coup” and Saudi Arabia and others are calling on the two sides to stop fighting.

In Yemen, the civil war has become a bog, and 16 million people, more than half of the population, are suffering from serious food shortages. With the emergence of internal struggles on the administration's side, the composition of the civil war is becoming increasingly complex and confusing, which can further exacerbate the humanitarian situation.

Source: nhk

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