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Yemen Houthis back truce, U.N., U.S. call for aid to flow

SANAA (Reuters) - Yemen's Houthi-run administration welcomed a 72-hour ceasefire starting on Wednesday intended to allow aid to reach areas cut off by months of fighting and in dire humanitarian need.
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