Yemeni president returns to Aden after six-month exile

Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi

Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi

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Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi exile in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday after almost 6 months reached the southern city of Aden. Houthi Shiite rebels in March in the southern city of Aden invasion and occupation of the Saudi capital Riyadh later walked away from where they were exiled government. Yemeni government source said that President Mansour Hadi will celebrate Eid al-Adha in Aden and then he will leave New York UN General Assembly’s annual meeting, where he will address. Yemen’s Prime Minister and Vice President Khaled Bahah 7 of his cabinet ministers and other high officials were present last week returned to Aden to Riyadh and forces loyal to the government controlled areas are found in the daily affairs of state. They still control the army and its allied militias in the areas of military and political reform are focused on and the restoration of peace and stability are measures to ensure. Then the Yemeni capital Sanaa and the central and northern cities, led by Saudi Arabia allied fighter planes are bombing Houthi Shiite rebel positions. Houthis in Yemen in September last year, has established its authority. Rebels and their allied forces loyal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh in March this year after the invasion of the southern cities Abdul Rabbah Riyadh Mansour Hadi and his cabinet members were gone. Aden, the Yemeni army in July and their allies from southern resistance fighters after recapturing most of the high officials of his government have returned.


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