4 killed, 50 wounded during clashes in Yemen

By REUTERS
April 30, 2011 19:48

 
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Violence broke out in south Yemen on Saturday when gunmen killed two police officers and wounded two more in the port city of Aden, state media said. Witnesses said the gunmen had attacked a police station. Gunfire also erupted outside a nearby prison.

Shortly afterward, security forces moved in to break up an anti-government protest in the same neighborhood, killing two protesters and wounding 50 more, said Qassim Jamil, a doctor.

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