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Yemen’s Houthi Rebels Claim to Have Broken Up U.S.-Israeli Spy Network

The rebels said the network had been operating for decades and included employees of the American embassy

Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed to have arrested members of an “American-Israeli spy network”, days after they detained at least 11 UN employees along with aid organisation workers.

The network had been operating for decades and included employees of the US embassy in Yemen who “exploited their job titles to carry out espionage and subversion activities”, Houthi security agencies said on Monday.

The US closed its embassy in Sanaa and withdrew its American staff in 2015, months after the Houthi rebels seized the Yemeni capital.

Read the rest of the story at The National News.

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