Saudi-led coalition forces announce five day truce in Yemen - SPA

By REUTERS
July 25, 2015 16:38

 
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CAIRO - Saudi-led coalition forces announced a humanitarian truce in their campaign against Houthi forces in Yemen would take effect on Sunday evening at 11:59 p.m local time, Saudi state news agency SPA said.

The truce is to last for five days to allow for humanitarian aid to be delivered to Yemen. The statement on Saturday by the Arab coalition stressed that they would respond to any violation of the truce by the Houthis.

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