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Is the UAE Reducing Troops for Peace?

The UAE is a military linchpin in Yemen. A crucial component of the Saudi led coalition, providing thousands of ground troops, weapons and financial assistance as they fight Iranian-backed Houthi rebels. Now the Emiratis say they want to wind down their involvement in one of the Middle East's most brutal wars. But why? Hyder Abbasi reports. #UAE #Yemen #Saudi #Houthi

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