John Kerry meets Boris Johnson and Saudi foreign minister in London and stresses urgency of ending violence in Yemen Britain and the US have called for a ceasefire in Yemen “within hours” as they tried to seize on outrage caused by the killing of 140 people in a Saudi airstrike.
Fighting between Iranian-backed Houthis and the Yemeni government, which is supported by Gulf states, has lasted more than 18 months, far longer than the Gulf states expected.
By Nika Knight / Common Dreams U.S. and U.K. call for unconditional ceasefire in Yemen conflict “within hours.”
Secretary of State John Kerry and Britain's Boris Johnson stressed needing a solution.
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LONDON (Reuters) - The United States and Britain called on Sunday for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire in Yemen to end violence between Iran-backed Houthis and the government, which is supported by Gulf states.