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Biden welcomes Yemen truce extension and 'unprecedented calm': W.House

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US National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby tells reporters that US President Biden welcomes the extension of a truce between Yemen's warring parties, which he adds "has brought an unprecedented calm in Yemen." The agreement to extend a four-month long truce for a further two months was reached just hours before it was due to expire, the United Nations announced. SOUNDBITE

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