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Yemen's southern leader renews calls for separate state at UN

  • The head of Yemen's Southern Transitional Council, an umbrella group of heavily armed and well-financed militias, plans to prioritize negotiations for the creation of a separate country with the Houthi rebels.
  • During a high-level meeting at the U.N. General Assembly, the leader aimed to amplify the call for southern separatism, which has taken a backseat to discussions focused on ending the wider war.
  • The leader emphasized that the establishment of a southern state, with the same borders as before the 1990 Yemeni unification, is the priority, but ultimately it will be determined by the people.
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