SANAA       -     Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group on Monday released hundreds of Yemeni prisoners in a unilat­eral move the United Nations hoped would help revive a stalled peace process. “Our initiative proves our credibil­ity in implementing the Swe­den agreement and we call on the other party to take a com­parable step,” the head of the Houthis’ prisoner affairs com­mittee, Abdul Qader al-Murta­da, told reporters at Sanaa’s central prison. Dozens of men in clean, new, white clothing walked out of the prison and lined up outside, supervised by men in military uniforms.