Yemen reopens historic Cairo Castle in Taiz

The historical site in the strategically important city in southern Yemen was used as a barracks for the last four years.

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    The Yemeni government has reopened the historic Cairo Castle in war-torn Taiz to visitors, just days after regaining control of the site from the UAE-backed Abu al-Abbas Brigades.

    For the last four years, the castle has been used as a barracks.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from neighbouring Djibouti.


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