U.S. Shifts Policy in Yemen, But the War Is Not Over Yet
February 9, 2021 // by Lila Hassan
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The Biden administration announced two policy decisions last week, both major reversals from the Trump era, that aid and human-rights groups see as the first steps toward ending the war in Yemen — but say there's more work to come.
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