Yemen’s Houthis Reject Peace Talks as Saudi-Led Truce Ends

Yemen’s Houthi rebels demanded a lot more concessions from Saudi Arabia, like lifting a 5-year blockade, prior to they would resume United Nations-backed peace talks, boosting the threat of a new flare-up of violence as a two-7 days stop-fireplace ended Thursday.

Saudi Arabia has presented the unilateral truce as a chance to let Yemen to deal with a looming coronavirus pandemic.