News ID: 319487
Publish Date: 17 October 2011 - 09:42
Navideshahed: Yemeni security forces, Ali Abdullah Saleh, have brutally suppressed the demonstrators in the Yemeni Capital, Sana’a, killing a number of protestors.

The Yemeni security forces, on Sunday, opened fire on demonstrators and killed at least 12 protesters in a desperate attempt to disperse the peaceful protests of Yemeni nation, who urge the ouster of the Yemeni suppressive and embattled ruler, Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Moreover, almost hundred people, who had gathered at the epicenter of Yemen’s popular uprising, Change Square of the city of Sana’a, sustained injuries after the Yemeni troops fired live rounds at the demonstrators. They were later transferred to hospital.

Meanwhile, the UN Security Council is scheduled to hold a meeting on Monday, about Yemen.

The UN Security Council holds a meeting on Monday to discuss the status quo in Yemen and surging security threats following violent clashes which have erupted between the Yemeni opposition and the Yemeni dictator Saleh’s security forces.

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Source: IRIB World Service

The Yemeni security forces, on Sunday, opened fire on demonstrators and killed at least 12 protesters in a desperate attempt to disperse the peaceful protests of Yemeni nation, who urge the ouster of the Yemeni suppressive and embattled ruler, Ali Abdullah Saleh. Moreover, almost hundred people, who had gathered at the epicenter of Yemen’s popular uprising, Change Square of the city of Sana’a, sustained injuries after the Yemeni troops fired live rounds at the demonstrators. They were later transferred to hospital. Meanwhile, the UN Security Council is scheduled to hold a meeting on Monday, about Yemen. The UN Security Council holds a meeting on Monday to discuss the status quo in Yemen and surging security threats following violent clashes which have erupted between the Yemeni opposition and the Yemeni dictator Saleh’s security forces. The End Source: IRIB World Service
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