Fresh clash in Yemen kills 1
A supporter of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed yesterday in clashes with anti-regime demonstrators in the southern province of Hadramaut, a security official told AFP.
"One of Saleh's partisans was killed and another was injured in dawn clashes yesterday between anti- and pro-regime" demonstrators in the southeastern province of Hadramaut, said the official requesting anonymity.
Anti-regime members of the Nahd tribe opened fire on loyalist fellow tribesmen near the town of Seiyun, killing Rabie al-Nahdi and wounding another man, a local official said.
In the capital Sanaa, a Yemeni protester died of gunshot wounds yesterday after being hit when police opened fire overnight on anti-regime demonstrators.