Yemen police wound dozens in Taiz protest, medics say

By REUTERS
April 3, 2011 13:02

 
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SANAA - Dozens of Yemeni protesters were wounded on Sunday when police used live rounds and tear gas in an effort to disperse demonstrations against Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Taiz, a medical source said.

The doctor said around 10 people had been hit by live bullets but most were suffering asphyxiation from tear gas. Police also used batons to hit people, he said

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