Yemen police open fire to stop demo reaching US embassy

Yemen police open fire to stop demo reaching US embassy

Say'ūn : Yemen | Sep 14, 2012 at 5:33 AM PDT
Source: NOW Lebanon
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Yemeni security forces fired warning shots and water cannon to disperse hundreds of protesters trying to reach the US embassy in Sanaa on Friday, an AFP correspondent reported. The protesters, angered by an anti-Islam film produced in the United States, gathered about 500 meters (yards) away from... FULL ARTICLE AT NOW Lebanon
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