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Iran says it's ready to work for Yemen peace with U.N. and others

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Iran is ready to cooperate with the United Nations and countries seeking peace and stability in Yemen and the region, an Iranian government spokesman said on Monday, after weekend attacks on Saudi oil sites claimed by Yemeni forces aligned with Tehran.
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