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Houthi-backed ‘foreign minister’: We are not the ones making a mess of Yemen

The Yemen civil war has created one of the world's worst humanitarian crises. The Houthi-backed foreign minister Hisham Sharaf tells DW his "government" will not stop fighting until the Saudi-led coalition withdraws.

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