UN to sponsor peace talks in Geneva

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he hoped the consultations in Geneva would “restore momentum towards a Yemeni-led political transition process”.
But the foreign minister for the exiled government said it might not attend because it wanted more time to prepare.
A Saudi-led coalition resumed bombing Houthi rebels and their allies after a five-day ceasefire ended on Sunday.
Overnight, warplanes targeted army bases and weapons depots in the most sustained bombardment of the capital, Sanaa, in almost two months, residents said.
The UN says at least 1,850 people have been killed and more than 7,390 injured in air strikes, fighting on the ground and attacks by militants since 19 March.
More than 500,000 Yemenis have also been displaced from their homes, and millions have been affected by shortages of food, water, fuel and medicines.


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