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The Yemeni government has accused the Shiite rebels in the north of not fulfilling the cease fire deal they agreed.
The government and the Shiite rebels reached the cease fire agreement in February.
An official overseeing the cease-fire deal said the military operations of the government side halted based on the commitment to the truce since then, but the rebels have been lingering over implementing the agreed terms of the truce.
The official called on the rebels to commit themselves to the agreed truce and to stop impeding efforts to bring peace to Saada province and the Harf Sufian district of Amran province.