And what his death means for Yemen.
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At the beginning of May an alleged Iranian spy cell was broken up in Kuwait. But perhaps Iran needs GCC states more than they need Iran.
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The meeting about the situation in Yemen took place in London. Foreign Office minister Ivan Lewis said on the eve of the meeting: “We want to see Yemen’s neighbours make a more significant contribution and we want the international community to come together and recognise that supporting the government of Yemen is crucial to the stability of that country but it is also crucial to the stability of the world.”
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