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Yemenis Adjust to Life Under Houthi Rule

At a café in the capital, Sana'a, the day after 80 people were killed in the bloodiest day of the Yemen conflict so far, there are no lights, no waiters and no food. Labib Haj, a human rights activist from the southern city of Aden, sits in the dim room, discussing the war with his colleagues. Like many Yemenis, he wants the warring parties to strike a deal to stop the bloodletting before deciding how the country should be governed. “I wish all sides would stop referring to...

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