DUBAI, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Yemen's southern separatists have taken over the all-but empty presidential palace in Aden, seat of the internationally recognised government, a separatist military official said on Saturday.
The official, speaking in a video statement circulated by supporters of the separatist movement, said the group had met no resistance. A witness told Reuters the separatists were now inside the palace.
There was no immediate confirmation from the Saudi-backed government whose temporary headquarters are in Yemen. (Reporting by Reuters team in Yemen; Writing by Ghaida Ghantous; Editing by Kirsten Donovan)