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Yemen: Former president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed in Sana'a by Houthi militants
Yemen: Former president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed in Sana'a by Houthi militants

On Monday, former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed in a shooting attack by Houthi rebels near the capital city Sana'a, Houthi-controlled Interior Ministry in Sana'a confirmed. A statement issued by the interior ministry read, "The militias of treason are finished and their leader has been killed".

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Israeli Health minister Ya'akov Litzman resigns in protest after Jews made to work on Jewish rest day
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Football: Italian club AC Milan sacks Vincenzo Montella as manager

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