'How to end a war you didn't win': Yemen's Houthis seek Saudi concessions

By Aziz El Yaakoubi DUBAI (Reuters) – Yemen’s Houthis say a U.S. plan for a ceasefire in their six-year war against a Saudi-led military coalition does not go far enough, and are ramping up pressure on Riyadh to lift a sea and air blockade before any truce deal is agreed. With the United Nations warning of a looming large-scale famine, U.S. special envoy on Yemen Tim Lenderking toured the region this month to press the warring sides to agree a nationwide truce to revive U.N.-sponsored peace talks on ending the conflict. But making clear the Houthis believed the plan must go further, Chief Hout…

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