Gulf Arab meeting ends without Yemen transition deal

May 1, 2011 19:38

RIYADH - A meeting of Gulf Arab powers aimed at salvaging a deal to ease Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh from power broke up on Sunday with no agreement in place over a political transition.

"The council expresses its hope of removing all the obstacles that still block a final agreement, and its Secretary General will head to Sanaa for that purpose," a statement issued by ministers of the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council said.

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