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Yemeni protestors demand Saleh not be given immunity

11-24-2011 10:29 BJT Special Report:Yemen’s Saleh Signs Power Transfer Deal |

Protestors attend a rally demanding that Yemen's President Ali Abdullah
Saleh and his aides should not be given immunity from prosecution in
Sanaa, capital of Yemen, Nov. 23, 2011. President Ali Abdullah Saleh
signed a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) deal that stipulated him to give
power to his deputy after almost nine months of protests calling for the
ouster of administration which triggered acute crises in the country.
(Xinhua/Mohamed)

Protestors attend a rally demanding that Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh and his aides
should not be given immunity from prosecution in Sanaa, capital of Yemen, Nov. 23, 2011.
President Ali Abdullah Saleh signed a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) deal that stipulated
him to give power to his deputy after almost nine months of protests calling for the ouster
of administration which triggered acute crises in the country. (Xinhua/Mohamed)

Soldiers stand guard as protestors attend a rally demanding that Yemen's President Ali
Abdullah Saleh and his aides should not be given immunity from prosecution in Sanaa,
capital of Yemen, Nov. 23, 2011. President Ali Abdullah Saleh signed a Gulf Cooperation
Council (GCC) deal that stipulated him to give power to his deputy after almost nine months
of protests calling for the ouster of administration which triggered acute crises in the
country. (Xinhua/Mohamed)

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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