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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jamal Benomar
Shiite and Sunni fighters agreed to a cease-fire Monday after days of clashes in a northern Yemeni town left at least 100 combatants and civilians dead.
Israel's defense minister warned Monday that as long as Iran poses a threat to Israel with its nuclear program, all options are on the table, a reference to a possible Israeli attack.
Yemen's ruling party is to meet to discuss a U.N.-proposed road map for embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh to hand over power to his deputy, a party official said Monday.
But Benomar told The Associated Press Monday Hadi will remain president after February 2014 because the transition is not likely to be completed earlier due to “obstruction” from former regime loyalists (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
"We hope that there will be a permanent cease-fire and that the problem will be solved for good," he said.