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Dozens are injured as security forces use live rounds and tear gas to deal with demonstrators in...

Dozens are injured as security forces use live rounds and tear gas to deal with demonstrators in Yemen. President Saleh, in power for 32 years and presumably backed the U.S., brushes off calls to step down, saying he will retire after 2013 elections.
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  • dieuwer
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    No-fly zone now! lol
    18 Mar 2011, 08:17 AM Reply Like
  • bob adamson
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    While the events in North Africa over the past couple of months have inspired an upwelling of protest within the Arabian Peninsula, the dynamic of events within Saudi Arabia and the string of states on the Saudi southern border (Arabia) is different from that in North Africa and differs from State to State. While there is now hope that the Libyan situation may stabilize and unfold productively, there are significant risks that Arabia may suffer a worsening situation with all that this entails for the oil market etc. Here are relevant articles as of March 18th concerning first Bahrain and then Yemen.

     

    Bahrain

     

    blogs.aljazeera.net/mi...

     

    blogs.aljazeera.net/li...

     

    blogs.aljazeera.net/li...

     

    Yemen

     

    english.aljazeera.net/...

     

    english.aljazeera.net/...

     

    english.aljazeera.net/...

     

    english.aljazeera.net/...
    18 Mar 2011, 10:44 AM Reply Like
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