Middle East
Houthis gain power in post-Saleh Yemen
Al Jazeera reports exclusively from the city of Saada, which has been the scene of six years of conflict.
Last Modified: 04 Feb 2012 01:17

For six years, the Houthis of northern Yemen fought against the forces of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Now, with Saleh out of power, the Houthis exert more power than ever in the ancient city of Saada.

Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports exclusively on the new-found peace and the conditions set by the Houthis for the post-Saleh era.

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