In Yemen, forces loyal to government have taken full control of a key southern city after overnight clashes with separatists there. 

Security officials said clashes over Ataq, the capital of oil-rich Shabwa province erupted late last night and lasted until this morning.

The city of Ataq was previously divided between the government forces of Saudi-backed President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and a separatist militia. 

The infighting between Hadi's forces and the UAE-backed separatists erupted earlier this month.

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