Yemen peace talks anniversary: Little progress since Stockholm

Stockholm talks mediators say the agreement's language was too vague and too many details were left unresolved.

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    It has been one year since Yemen's government and Houthi rebels signed a UN-backed agreement in Sweden, aimed at ending the war.

    At the time, it was encouraging news after years of fighting in a country suffering the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

    Although the agreement has failed to deliver a full resolution, the past two months have seen some momentum to end the violence.

     

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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