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PressTV-Six Colombian troops killed in Yemen


PressTV-Six Colombian troops killed in Yemen: Previous reports by Yemeni sources who had said that at least 800 troops from Latin American nations are contributing to Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen. The sources added that Colombians were dispatched to Yemen based on an agreement between the United Arab Emirates, a major ally of the Saudis in the Yemen war, and Blackwater, a security services company, which is based in the United States. Washington has also helped the Saudis in their nearly nine months of bombardment of Yemen by providing logistics and intelligence to the Saudi air force.

Sources in Colombia have also confirmed the presence of Colombian nationals in Yemen, saying the troops have been promised with a weekly salary of USD 1,000 and a guarantee for obtaining the citizenship of the United Arab Emirates.

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