Thursday, May 26, 2011

Disputes against the regime cause dozens of deaths in Yemen

Sanaa (Writing / AP) .- A total of 24 people have died last night in Sana'a due to armed clashes between security forces loyal to President of Yemen Ali Abdallah Saleh and supporters of the leader of the Hashid tribal federation, Sadiq al Ahmar, Yemen's capital Sanaa, according to government sources, reports the French news agency AFP.

According to witnesses, the house of al-Ahmar has been seriously damaged. These massacres are produced after the end of Yemeni International Airport last night because there was heavy fighting between the regime's police and militants who have launched in recent days an offensive to take control of airport infrastructure.

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