Yemen's UK ambassador says Saleh stable, recovering

By REUTERS
June 11, 2011 19:46

 
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DUBAI - Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh is stable and recovering from injuries suffered in an attack on his palace, the country's ambassador in London said on Saturday.

"He's in stable condition and recovering," Abdulla Ali al-Radhi, Yemen's ambassador to Britain, told Reuters. "He's in his wing in the hospital, no longer in intensive care. He's conscious and talking."

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