Deaths in Yemen protests

Fighting breaks out as supporters and opponents of president Ali Abdullah Saleh clash on the streets of Yemen.

    Renewed violence has broken out in both capital Sanaa and the city of Taiz, with supporters of embattled president Ali Abdullah Saleh and his opponents blaming each other for at least three deaths and hundreds of injuries.

    UN officials have urged government forces not to attack protesters, while president Saleh has called for negotiations with his opponents.

    Tarek Bazley has more on the deepening divisions in Yemen.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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