Yemen politician dies of wounds from attack on Saleh

By REUTERS
August 22, 2011 17:33

 
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RIYADH - The speaker of Yemen's appointed upper house of parliament died in Saudi Arabia on Monday morning from injuries suffered in a June assassination attempt on President Ali Abdullah Saleh, a government official with Saleh in Riyadh said.

Abdulaziz Abdulghani is the first senior political figure to have died from the explosion in Saleh's palace mosque which forced the president and a number of his aides to seek medical treatment in Saudi Arabia.

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