Government source: Yemen talks end, to resume on Jan. 14

By REUTERS
December 20, 2015 16:45

 
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DUBAI - Yemeni peace talks concluded in Switzerland on Sunday without an agreement to end nine months of civil war and foreign intervention, but rival factions will resume negotiations on Jan. 14, a government delegation source told Reuters.

Analysts believe the latest round of talks represented the best chance yet to end the conflict given months of stalemate in ground combat and the rise of Islamic State militants, who threaten both sides.

"The first round of Yemeni discussions ended with an agreement for them to be revived...in Ethiopia on the 14th of January," the source told Reuters.

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