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Protesters in Yemen demand former president be tried for crimes

Sanaa - In March of 2011 during the peak period of the Yemen protests that eventually toppled the regime of Ali Abdullah Saleh 45 protesters were killed when cornered by security forces.

Yemeni protesters demand resignation of government

Sanaa - Tens of thousands of Yemenis gathered in protest in the capital Sanaa, calling for the government to resign on the third anniversary of the start of the 2011 protests that ended in former president Abdullah Saleh stepping down in early 2012.

Protests and violence in Yemen on anniversary of civil war

Aden - Across the south of Yemen, tens of thousands rallied to mark 19 years since the brief civil war between the south and the north. Protesters released a statement demanding independence from the north.

Protests heat up in Yemen against President Saleh

Sanaa - Public protests against Yemen’s ruling president Ali Abdullah Saleh have once again grown intense as thousands of protestors took to streets throughout the country on Friday.

Philippines joins other nations call for citizens to leave Yemen

The Philippine government has joined the United States and other countries in urging their citizens to leave war-torn Yemen following the breakdown of a ceasefire agreement recently entered into by an influential tribal group and the government.

US warns gov’t diplomats to depart Yemen amid growing violence

The US government has issued a travel warning for Yemen, noting the high security threat level the country is experiencing as fighting conflict between government troops and tribal fighters escalates toward a civil war.

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Police troopers stand guard at checkpoint in Sanaa December 25  2013
Police troopers stand guard at checkpoint in Sanaa December 25, 2013
With permission by Reuters / Khaled Abdullah

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