Saturday, June 4, 2011

Yemen's president wounded in bombing

The president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, who was wounded in a bombing the presidential palace in Sanaa, said in an audio message that is well, after several hours of uncertainty about his health. "I'm fine, I'm in good health," said the head of state, adding that the mosque was bombed the presidential palace had left seven dead.

Saleh accused the sons of Sheikh Sadeq al-Ahmar and the tribes who follow him and called for "armed forces to clean up state institutions of those bands." The White House strongly condemned "acts of senseless violence in Yemen, including the attack on the presidential palace in Sanaa." France and the UK, returned to reclaim the march of the power of Saleh and asked their citizens in Yemen to leave the country.

In addition to Saleh, also injured several senior Yemeni officials and Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Mujawar, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Yahia al Rai, and the Advisory Council, Abdel Aziz Abdel Ghani, and the president's press advisor , Abdo Burji. In addition to the governor of Sana'a, Noonan Duik, amputated his arm and leg wounds.

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