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Fighting Continues To Rock Capital

June 03 2011


Thousands have been fleeing Yemen's capital as heavy fighting enters its fourth day.

At least seven people were injured on Friday when Yemeni security forces fired on protesters in Sanaa, reports Reuters.

Tribesmen siding with the protesters have been battling with troops loyal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh, including special operations units originally established to fight Al-Qaida.

The Defense Ministry said the special operations forces were deployed to help "clean up"...

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