Two Americans, 240 Yemen rebels freed in apparent swap
Two Americans, 240 Yemen rebels freed in apparent swap

Washington (AFP) – Two captive Americans were freed Wednesday in Yemen as more than 200 supporters of the country’s Huthi rebels were allowed to return home, in an apparent swap involving Saudi Arabia and Oman.The White House announced the release of US citizens Sandra Loli and Mikael Gidada, saying that the two had been held captive by the Iranian-backed Huthi rebels who control much of Yemen.The rebels also sent back the remains of a third American, Bilal Fateen, the White House said, without describing the circumstances of how he died.Robert O’Brien, the national security advisor, stopped s…

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