Yemen's government in exile said Thursday it was recalling the head of its embassy in Iran, accusing Tehran of "interference in our affairs and support for the Huthis" rebelling against authorities.
"The legitimate government of Yemen is recalling charge d'affaires Abdullah al-Sirri," a statement from the press office of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi said.
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