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Yemen’s president warns of a civil war ‘worse than Afghanistan’
Yemen’s President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi warned in an interview Saturday that his country, still reeling from the popular uprising that ousted his predecessor Ali Abdullah Saleh, risks a descent into a civil war "worse than Afghanistan" should an upcoming months-long national dialogue fail to resolve the Arab Gulf state’s deep political and societal rifts. ...
By Blake Hounshell
SEPTEMBER 29, 2012, 5:33 PM
Yemen’s President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi warned in an interview Saturday that his country, still reeling from the popular uprising that ousted his predecessor Ali Abdullah Saleh, risks a descent into a civil war "worse than Afghanistan" should an upcoming months-long national dialogue fail to resolve the Arab Gulf state’s deep political and societal rifts.
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