Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Ali Abdullah Saleh suffers burns on 40% of their body and lung collapse

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, suffered burns on 40% of his body, bleeding in the skull and a collapsed lung, according to official sources have confirmed the U.S. government, making it doubtful he returned to his native country. Saleh is receiving treatment in Saudi Arabia. The president was injured last Friday during a tribal attack the presidential palace in Sanaa.

According to U.S. broadcaster CNN reported, Saleh suffers injuries to seven inches deep. According to Western diplomatic sources, Saleh was wounded by a bomb in Yemen is investigating what happened in the mosque of the presidential palace in Sanaa, where Saleh and the most important figures of his regime were gathered to pray when they were attacked.

However, Yemeni officials recognize as well that Saleh's detractors got two "shells" falling on the palace. Fighting between the government and tribal forces develop for several weeks, after many protests in the streets against the regime of Saleh. Christopher Boucek, an expert on International Peace, acknowledged to CNN that it is very difficult for President Saleh returns to Yemen: "I do not come back.

The regime maintains that Saleh will return within days or weeks. But in reality they have choices, and not to return, but to return as president. "

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