Friday, June 10, 2011

President Ali Abdullah Saleh is out of intensive care

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who was wounded in the bombing of his palace in Sanaa, has left the intensive care unit after the "success" of his operation in a hospital in Riyadh, said Thursday the official news agency Saba. He "was transferred to a royal suite" from the military hospital after "successful surgery" he had suffered, the agency said.

Mr. Saleh, 69, was injured June 3 in the fall of a shell at the mosque in his palace in Sanaa, where he prayed. Several officials, including Prime Minister, were also injured, while 11 people were killed in the bombing by the authorities attributed to members of a tribe. According to Saba, the people in Sana'a and other provinces of Yemen celebrated the night "out of care" by the president with fireworks and gunfire joy.

Some 80 people were wounded by gunfire, most lightly, when gunfire, medics said. On Wednesday, a Saudi official said that Mr. Saleh was in a "stable condition", adding that he expected a plastic surgeon, "an allusion to an intervention designed to repair scratches and burns suffered by the head of the State.

This person was described as "unfounded" information about a deterioration in his health.

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