Eighteen shots after the crowd of 6000 marches through the capital income would be as president prepares to give televised speech
scenes of bloodshed have received Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, the second day after his surprise return from Saudi Arabia, where government troops under the command of his son Ahmed opened fire on unarmed demonstrators march in the capital.
The latest round of bloodshed after a week of violence in Sanaa, in which more than 100 demonstrators were killed, some by government troops with anti-aircraft weapons.
Saleh was reported to prepare to address the nation in a speech broadcast live on Sunday night.
"I return to the nation that leads the peace dove and olive branch," Saleh was quoted as saying by state television on Friday shortly after the call for a truce between the fighting troops. But this does not prevent violence.
At noon Sunday, a group of 6,000 men and women left the protest camp of tents called Plaza de change and the capital shouting "Freedom! Freedom! People want the murderer tried to "more
As they walked the streets of Sanaa, a barrage of bullets fired by Republican Guard troops dispersed the demonstrators, who fled to their camp.
"We have come to the roundabout, then a group of soldiers under the bridge just started firing directly at us without notice - 10 meters," said Noman Abulqawy, a chemistry professor at the University of Sana'a, the doctors in a hospital until an x-ray shows an image of a calf with a bullet lodged below the knee.
"A friend of mine was shot in the chest, could not speak, the blood flowing from his nose and mouth."more
the teacher, another 17 were injured, one front and one on the back of the place.
outside the gates of the hospital a muezzin shouted protesters gathered for a mass prayer to mourn the death of 10 people on Friday, nine of them in favor of opposition fighters tribal and one of them a journalist died after being shot a few days earlier.
men jostled for position in front of the line of bodies wrapped in flags and set out in the sun.
Sanaa may be slipping out of government control. Many areas of the city are now plagued by street battles and firefights between the Republican Guard led by Saleh's son and a division of renegade soldiers known as
FirkaSaleh, who has returned to Sana'a on Friday, was transferred to Saudi Arabia in June for emergency treatment after an exploding trap destroyed the mosque in his presidential compound.
Saudi princes and American diplomats are struggling to embrace a new political era with its return Saleh in Yemen, instead of being backed into a luxurious palace, marble, Riyadh.
Despite the return of Saleh, many diplomats still expect the strong man will accept a deal drawn up by the Gulf monarchies in the offer in April, he and his family immunity against prosecution in exchange for resignation within three months.
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