An uneasy ceasefire in the Yemeni capital has followed a day of gruesome fighting in which government forces shelled a protest encampment, killing six people and injuring dozens.
The truce, negotiated by Yemen’s vice-president Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi and several foreign envoys, follows the worst bout of violence seen in Yemen since protests against President Ali Abdullah Saleh began in earnest in February.
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