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Several days after Bahrain denounced Iran's interference, it is now Yemen whose Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi accused Tehran of "meddling in the Yemeni domestic affairs." Mr al-Qirbi told Iran has smuggled sophisticated military equipment, including weapons, into Yemen with a view to supporting the Houthis, a Shiite group led by Abdel-Maleh al-Houthi known for its alleged ties with Iran's government. Tehran's spokesman explained Iran has no interest in fueling tensions in Yemen but "has always stood by Yemen and spared no effort to ensure peace and development there."...
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