The Yemeni news agency, which is under the control of rebels in Sanaa, has reported that Houthi militias and Saleh loyalists have agreed to end tensions in the capital.
According to the report, a Houthi delegation met with a delegation of Saleh loyalists in the presence of Saleh al-Sammad, the head of the so-called Supreme Political Council.
The delegations agreed to end tensions, which Sanaa recently witnessed and to restore the security situation. They also agreed to resume their investigation into the clashes that erupted between their members on Saturday.
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