Presidential guard troops surround airport in Aden

Aden, which has been rocked by violence since 2015, has been relatively stable in the past few months
Sana’a: Yemeni security officials said Sunday that troops from the presidential guard who are backed by the United Arab Emirates have surrounded the airport in Aden, now closed for three days due to the fighting. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorised to speak to journalists.
Fighting has flared up at the airport in the southern coastal city of Aden, with a government-allied helicopter gunship firing on fighters in the area, killing three.
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