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14 de Febrero de 2011

Fuerzas yemeníes emplean pistolas taser, bastones, cuchillos y rifles para aplacar las protestas contra el gobierno


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Los levantamientos populares de Túnez y Egipto plantearon dudas sobre la estabilidad de diversos gobiernos de la región. A lo largo del fin de semana, miles de manifestantes pacíficos en Yemen se enfrentaron con la policía y con partidarios del gobierno. Se usaron pistolas taser, bastones, cuchillos, palos y rifles de asalto contra la multitud pacífica. Hablamos con Iona Craig, editora del Yemen Times, y con Sarah Leah Whitson, directora de la División de Medio Oriente y Norte de África de Human Rights Watch.

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