The Hadi government controls much of eastern Yemen as well as the southern coast, including the second-largest city of Aden.
In addition, a big part of them spends a large amount of money to use the service. The online dating business is apparently very profitable.
Many online dating sites charge their users between $15 and $60 on monthly basis. The worst part is that most of the online dating sites automatically renew the paid subscription after it expires and you are required to pay more fees. However, the rise of the Internet marks the rise of the dating sites.
The Saudi-led coalition on Sunday said it would welcome talks with Saleh in order to free Yemen of "militias loyal to Iran." The Saudis have accused Iran of supporting the Houthi effort, which Tehran has denied. Saleh said he would be interested in talks if the Saudis lifted a blockade on Yemeni sea ports and airports, and stopped attacks.
"I call upon the brothers in neighboring states and the alliance to stop their aggression, lift the siege, open the airports and allow food aid and the saving of the wounded and we will turn a new page by virtue of our neighborliness," Saleh said in a televised speech. This is shameful," Houthi leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi said.
A coalition of eight Arab countries -- mostly Sunni Muslims -- led by Saudi Arabia took up the fight to restore Hadi to power in March 2015.
The United States, Britain and France also support the coalition.
WHO also said struggling health facilities and compromised sewage networks in six main cities could cause a renewed spike in Yemen's cholera epidemic.
This imminent catastrophe is entirely avoidable, but it requires immediate action by the coalition," WHO said.
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The Houthi-affiliated al-Masriah TV reported the ballistic missile was launched at the Barakah nuclear reactor under construction, "successfully hitting its target." But the United Arab Emirates' state-run news agency WAM said the Houthi claim was untrue.