1 dead, at least 8 injured during clashes in Yemen

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February 18, 2011 17:33

 
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SANAA, Yemen — Anti-government demonstrators clashed with supporters of Yemen's  longtime ruler and riot police, who fired tear gas and shots in the air to disperse the crowd on what organizers called a "Friday of Rage" across the country. In the city of Taiz, what appeared to be a hand grenade was thrown at a group of protesters, seriously wounding at least eight people in the blast and stampede that followed, witnesses said.

Riots also flared overnight in the southern port of Aden with police shooting to death one demonstrator after cars and a local government building were set ablaze, officials said.

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