Yemen: Conflict intensifies between former rebel allies

Fighting has intensified for a fifth day in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, between the Houthis and their former allies - forces loyal to ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

    Fighting has intensified for a fifth day in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, between the Houthis and their former allies - forces loyal to ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

    His party issued a statement on Sunday, saying Saleh welcomes efforts to reconcile with the Houthis and has criticised what he calls Saudi "aggression" against Yemen.

     Al Jazeera's Hannah Hockster reports.


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