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Yemenis walk through the gate of newspaper al-Thawra, a day after Houthi rebels stormed the building in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday. Dec. 17, 2014. Yemen's powerful Shiite rebels shut down a strategic Red Sea port on Wednesday, and stormed the offices of the country's main state newspaper, officials said. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

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