January 28 2015
Houthi rebels in Yemen have released a top presidential aide they abducted earlier this month, reports the BBC.
A Shi'ite official said the chief of staff, Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, was handed over to tribal leaders on Tuesday, reported Reuters. He was freed without any conditions or restrictions as a sign of goodwill, said the Houthi official.
When the aide was abducted last week, it led to a series of events that resulted in the president's resignation and that of his...
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