‘Scorched earth’ in Yemen further raises regional temperature as US considers Iranian angle

Issue 864 - 06 Nov 2009 | 8 minute read

Humanitarian concerns have forced a ceasefire in Yemen’s murderous Al-Houthi conflict amid signs that the Arab-Iranian ‘cold war’ is hotting up. With Saudi Arabia and Egypt joining the US in seeing wider regional significance in what has long been understood as a localised conflict, Ali Abdullah Saleh is looking to exploit a difficult situation

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