Thursday, February 24, 2011

Killed two opponents in Yemen in clashes with supporters of President

Sana'a. (Reuters) .- Two Yemeni anti-government protesters have been killed and more than ten were injured following clashes with supporters of President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa on Tuesday registered, witnesses reported. According to these sources, Bush supporters opened fire on protesters, after which the police intervened to disperse the factions firing shots into the air.

A government spokesman has reported, meanwhile, the death of at least one person during these events, which occurred near the university area of the capital of Yemen. On Monday, a teenager died during a clash with soldiers in the port city of Aden in southern Iraq, raising to 12 the death toll in the context of protests inspired by those registered in Tunisia and Egypt and ended with the resignations of the presidents Zine al Abidine Ben Ali and Hosni Mubarak, respectively.

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