Yemen's Saleh injured by planted bomb, plans return

By REUTERS
June 26, 2011 15:17

 
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RIYADH - Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh was injured earlier this month by a bomb planted in a mosque within the presidential palace, but he is recovering and will return to Yemen soon, a source close to Saleh told Reuters.

Saleh's health and fate have been the subject of conflicting reports in the three weeks since the attack, which forced him to seek treatment in Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh. The circumstances of the attack on June 3 had also been unclear.

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