Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 25, 2011

Tujuh penunjuk perasaan Yemen ditembak mati

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a protest march from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa December 24, 2011. Demonstrators arrived in Sanaa on Saturday after a five-day demonstration called "The march of life" for a stretch of 250 kilometres (155.3 miles) to demand the trial of Yemen's outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a protest march from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa December 24, 2011. Demonstrators arrived in Sanaa on Saturday after a five-day demonstration called “The march of life” for a stretch of 250 kilometres (155.3 miles) to demand the trial of Yemen’s outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Anti-government protesters march during a demonstration from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa December 24, 2011. Demonstrators arrived in Sanaa on Saturday after a five-day demonstration called "The march of life" for a stretch of 250 kilometres (155.3 miles) to demand the trial of Yemen's outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Yemeni anti-government demonstrators chant slogans in a protest, marching from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa on December 24, 2011. Security forces and backers of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh shot dead seven protesters, as Saleh said he would soon visit the US ahead of transferring power in February.

Yemeni anti-government demonstrators chant slogans in a protest, marching from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa on December 24, 2011. Security forces and backers of Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh shot dead seven protesters, as Saleh said he would soon visit the US ahead of transferring power in February.

Yemeni anti-government demonstrators chant slogans in a protest, marching from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa on December 24, 2011. Security forces and backers of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh shot dead seven protesters, as Saleh said he would soon visit the US ahead of transferring power in February.

Women anti-government protesters gather to receive other protesters who marched from the southern city of Taiz, in Sanaa December 24, 2011. The protesters arrived in Sanaa on Saturday after a five-day demonstration called "The march of life" for a stretch of 250 kilometres (155.3 miles) to demand the trial of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Women anti-government protesters gather to receive other protesters who marched from the southern city of Taiz, in Sanaa December 24, 2011. The protesters arrived in Sanaa on Saturday after a five-day demonstration called “The march of life” for a stretch of 250 kilometres (155.3 miles) to demand the trial of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Yemeni anti-government demonstrators chant slogans in a protest, marching from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa on December 24, 2011. Security forces and backers of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh shot dead seven protesters, as Saleh said he would soon visit the US ahead of transferring power in February.

Yemeni anti-government demonstrators chant slogans in a protest, marching from the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to the capital Sanaa on December 24, 2011. Security forces and backers of Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh shot dead seven protesters, as Saleh said he would soon visit the US ahead of transferring power in February.

Anti-government protesters gather to receive other protesters who marched from the southern city of Taiz, in Sanaa December 24, 2011. The protesters arrived in Sanaa on Saturday after a five-day demonstration called "The march of life" for a stretch of 250 kilometres (155.3 miles) to demand the trial of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

A Yemeni anti-government protester shows her hands painted with the colours of her national flag and the slogan 'Welcome revolutionaries' during a demonstration after the weekly Friday prayers in Sanaa on December 23, 2011 to reject an amnesty given to President Ali Abdullah Saleh against prosecution in a deal that eases him out of office.

Protestors carry an injured man from the site of clashes with security forces in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. More than 100,000 protesters who entered Yemen's capital Saturday after a 4-day march from another city were attacked by elite troops loyal to outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who opened fire with guns, water cannons and tear gas. Medical officials said at least three protesters were killed, including a woman.

Protestors carry an injured man from the site of clashes with security forces in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. More than 100,000 protesters who entered Yemen’s capital Saturday after a 4-day march from another city were attacked by elite troops loyal to outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who opened fire with guns, water cannons and tear gas. Medical officials said at least three protesters were killed, including a woman.

Protestors carry an injured man from the site of clashes with security forces in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. More than 100,000 protesters who entered Yemen's capital Saturday after a 4-day march from another city were attacked by elite troops loyal to outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who opened fire with guns, water cannons and tear gas. Medical officials said at least three protesters were killed, including a woman.

Protestors carry an injured man from the site of clashes with security forces in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. More than 100,000 protesters who entered Yemen’s capital Saturday after a 4-day march from another city were attacked by elite troops loyal to outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who opened fire with guns, water cannons and tear gas. Medical officials said at least three protesters were killed, including a woman.

Protestors carry an injured man from the site of clashes with security forces in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. More than 100,000 protesters who entered Yemen's capital Saturday after a 4-day march from another city were attacked by elite troops loyal to outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who opened fire with guns, water cannons and tear gas. Medical officials said at least three protesters were killed, including a woman.

Bodies of anti-government protesters lie in a makeshift clinic after clashes with security forces in Sanaa December 24, 2011. At least nine people were killed and 90 others wounded when forces loyal to Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh opened fire on Saturday on protesters in the capital Sanaa demanding he face trial, a medical source said.

Bodies of anti-government protesters lie in a makeshift clinic after clashes with security forces in Sanaa December 24, 2011. At least nine people were killed and 90 others wounded when forces loyal to Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh opened fire on Saturday on protesters in the capital Sanaa demanding he face trial, a medical source said.

Tujuh penunjuk perasaan Yemen ditembak mati

SANAA 25 Dis. – Pihak keselamatan dan penyokong kuat Presiden Ali Abdullah Saleh menembak mati tujuh penunjuk perasaan di selatan ibu negara Yemen, semalam.

Berpuluh-puluh penunjuk perasaan turut cedera apabila gas pemedih mata dan tembakan meriam air dilepaskan terhadap beribu-ribu penunjuk perasaan yang berarak untuk menuntut Saleh dibicarakan.

Berpuluh-puluh penunjuk perasaan yang berkumpul di selatan bandar Taez sebelum berarak sejauh 270 kilometer ke ibu negara, tiba di Sanaa tengah hari semalam namun dihalang di selatan bandar itu. – AFP


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