Yemen clashes turn deadly

Fierce anti-Saleh protests continue in capital; at least 2 killed, nearly 100 hit by bullets, according to medic on the scene.

In the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, fierce anti-Saleh protests continued on Tuesday.
The clashes came as Gulf mediators tried to bring government and opposition leaders together for talks on a presidential transfer of power.
At least two people were killed and nearly 100 were hit by bullets when riot police stopped protesters marching near the home of Yemen's Vice President.