“This really might be the watershed,” said April Longley Alley, an analyst with the International Crisis Group who follows events in Yemen.
The carnage in the heart of the capital could hamper any return to peace talks, while galvanizing support in northern Yemen for military escalation against Saudi Arabia, Ms. Alley said.
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