Yemen's other conflicts simmer in city once held by al-Qaida

In this Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, photograph, an airman with the Royal Saudi Air Force walks away from a C-130 Hercules military cargo plane near Mukalla, Yemen, at an airport now serving as a military base for the United Arab Emirates. The port city of Mukalla, once held by al-Qaida, shows how fractious Yemen is and will remain even if the Saudi-led war in the country ends in an uneasy peace for the Arab world's poorest nation. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)

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