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Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm

The supporters of the Shiite Huthi movement protested in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition to completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over.

Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Yemeni boys hold weapons as they sit on a pick-up truck during a demonstration by supporters of the Shiite Huthi movement in the capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over. (AFP/Getty Images)
Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Supporters of the Shiite Huthi movement brandish their weapons as they take part in a demonstration in the capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over. (AFP/Getty Images)
Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Supporters of the Shiite Huthi movement take part in a demonstration in the capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over. (AFP/Getty Images)
Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Supporters of the Shiite Huthi movement walk on shattered glass as they take part in a demonstration in the capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over. (AFP/Getty Images)
Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Members of the Shiite Huthi movement stand on a pick-up truck as they take part in a demonstration in the capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over. (AFP/Getty Images)
Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Supporters of the Shiite Huthi movement take part in a demonstration in the capital Sanaa on April 22, 2015, against the Saudi-led military 'Decisive Storm' air campaign targeting Huthi rebels and their allies in Yemen. The rebels demanded the Saudi-led coalition completely end its attacks as a condition for UN-sponsored talks, as the alliance launched new air strikes on April 22, a day after declaring its month-long campaign over. (AFP/Getty Images)
Huthi supporters protest against Decisive Storm
Yemenis look down through a hole in the roof of a house which was damaged the day before during an air strike by Saudi-led coalition warplanes on the nearby base on Fajj Attan hill on April 21, 2015 in the capital Sanaa. At least 38 civilians were killed in explosions that followed the air strike on the base on Fajj Attan hill that belongs to the missile brigade of the elite Republican Guard, which remains loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. (AFP/Getty Images)