Yemeni security forces unleashed a deadly assault on anti-government protesters in the nation's capital on Saturday and deadly fighting raged between government forces and tribal fighters, witnesses said.
At least 10 people were killed and 38 others were wounded, said Mohammed Al-Qubati, who was at the scene of the protests in Sanaa's Change Square. He said forces opened fire to disperse demonstrators who planned to march to the city center from the square.
"This is a sad day for the revolution," said Molhim Saeed, another medic in Change Square. "The oppressive regime is killing innocent blood. The marches were peaceful and the youth were unarmed. They refused to even fight back when they were being shot at." Read More