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Security forces in Aden shoot three supporters of the separatist Southern Movement heading to a rally for independence.
We examine how the unrest in the Horn of Africa is being exacerbated and who stands to gain from it.
Thousands in Sanaa's Change Square chant slogans in support of election in which vice-president will be sole candidate.
Ali Abdullah Saleh has not appeared in public since he was wounded in an explosion at his palace last month.
At least four dead in fighting between opposition tribesmen and security forces in second largest city.
President Saleh instructs security forces to protect demonstrators after at least 15 protesters have been killed.
Government frees some 400 members of Houthi northern rebels as part of Qatar-mediated truce in return for concessions.
Seven soldiers abducted in two incidents in apparent attempt to try to expedite release of Southern Movement prisoners.
Some 30,000 troops deploy to protect Gulf Cup football tournament after threats from al-Qaeda and other armed groups.
Police force suffers losses at the hands of separatist fighters in Lahej and Abyan provinces as violence continues.
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