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Jumaat, 15 April 2011
YEMEN : MONTHS UNREST AND TURMOIL
A woman with her message written on her sunglasses takes part in a demonstration to demand the ouster of Yemen's president in the southern city of Taiz, April 14, 2011. Yemen's opposition set a two-week deadline for Saleh to step down.
Yemen is a poor, deeply divided country in turmoil since January 2011, when mass demonstrations called for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to resign. Saleh has been in power since 1978. Demonstrations have continued for months and Saleh's support has crumbled as some army commanders and tribal leaders have called for his ouster. On April 7, an organization of oil-rich Persian Gulf states joined the increasing number of international voices calling for a transfer of presidential powers. Protests and deadly clashes continue daily with security forces and rival military factions allied with the government and the rebels. More than 100 protestors have died since the turmoil began.
Anti-government protestors march during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Taiz, Yemen. Saleh has welcomed mediation efforts by the regional bloc of oil-rich Arab nations even as he rejected their calls for him to step down, in a blow to regional efforts to resolve the weeks of turmoil that have been wracking this impoverished Arab nation. April 12, 2011.
Yemeni soldiers chew qat, a local light narcotic plant, during a break while anti-regime protesters demonstrate in Sanaa against President Ali Abdullah Saleh, April 11, 2011.
A girl expresses her love for her home country of Yemen during a demonstration in Taiz, April 14, 2011.
Yemeni army soldiers block the way of anti-government protestors attending a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Taiz, Yemen. Yemen's president had welcomed a proposal by Gulf Arab nations for him to step down to end the country's political crisis. But he indicated he would do so only when his term ended in 2013, a condition already rejected by the protesters calling for his immediate exit. April 12, 2011.
Anti-government protesters perform noon prayers during a rally demanding the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southern city of Taiz. Yemen opposition parties urged Gulf mediators to spell out whether Saleh would hand over power early under their proposal to end a two-month crisis over leadership and political reforms. April 12, 2011
Anti-government protesters recite prayers to demand the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southern city of Taiz. April 12, 2011
Thousands of people demonstrate in Yemen's Ibb province, 190 km southwest of the capital Sanaa, April 12, 2011, as Yemen anti-regime protest movement rejected for the second day running, a proposal from mediating Gulf states that embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh should pass power to his deputy, an offer welcomed by the mainstream opposition.
Women attend a demonstration to demand the ouster of Yemen's president in the southern city of Taiz, April 12, 2011. Yemen opposition parties asked Gulf Arab mediators to spell out whether Saleh would hand over power early under their proposal to end the country's two-month-old crisis.
Anti-government protestors chant slogans during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni president, in Taiz, Yemen, Wednesday, April 13, 2011.
Yemeni girls display their hands during a demonstration in Taiz, Yemen, April 14, 2011. Arabic reads: " Leave".
An anti-government protester salutes during a demonstration at Sanaa University April 14, 2011.
Resisting months of calls for his resignation, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh greeted hundreds of his supporters in an appearance during a rally in Sanaa,Yemen. April 15, 2011.