Yemen truce terms

SANAA: Shiite rebels in Yemen said on Saturday they had pulled out of an occupied airport in the north and were arranging to free their Saudi prisoners, in line with a truce agreed with Sanaa. “Today, we carried out our withdrawal from the perimeter of the airport of (the city of) Saada, where a plane will land for the first time” since August, rebel spokesman Mohammed Abdel Salam said. The Shiite Huthi rebels, so named after their late leader, agreed to stop fighting after they accepted cease-fire terms dictated by Sanaa.