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US dispatches troops to Yemen

The US has already waged yet another war in the Middle East. Not being contented with its military presence in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria, America has just dispatched troops to Yemen.

According to BlackListedNews, war in Yemen has already been put into operation with the use of American weapons, including banned cluster bombs, via Saudi Arabia. But now the American special units are going to take part in combat actions.

Also read: As Saudi and allies bombard Yemen, USA cashes in

As Pravda.Ru reported, the Saudis were widely condemned of the American weapon usage and other equipment of the US against civilian property, such as schools and hospitals. The Pentagon asserts that special forces in Yemen will serve in advisory capacity, but it's not known for how long.

In fact, Peter Cook, spokesman at the Department of Defence, admitted that there is no exit strategy for the region: "It's going to be a limited period of time, but I don't have a particular deadline."

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