Yemen war: UN-backed talks set to launch

Talks in Sweden this week aim to end fighting and what the UN calls the worst humanitarian crisis in recent history.

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    Talks to try to end the almost four-year war in Yemen are set to begin in Sweden this week.

    It is hoped they are the start of ending what the United Nations calls the worst humanitarian crisis in modern history.

     

    Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.


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