As the grizzly civil war continues to rage in Yemen between the government and a Saudi-led coalition against Shiite rebels, the country was struck Monday by a car bomb blast which claimed the lives of at least 45 people. UN estimates 9,000 slain since escalation of violence in 2015.
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