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A child in Sana'a, Yemen wears a picture of Ali Abdullah Saleh at a gathering where the ousted president made his first public appearance in 18 months.
With a throng of supporters scrambling to get near the ex-president, Wednesday’s large-scale gathering was reminiscent of 2011, when in the midst of Yemen’s Youth Revolution, rival Friday demonstrations were held in Sana’a on a weekly basis: one for Saleh and the other for the pro-democracy protesters who sought an end to his 33-year-long presidency.
Thousands of supporters turned out for ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh's first public appearance in 18 months, in Sana'a, Yemen.
Ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh made his first public appearance in Yemen in 18 months at Al-Sabeen Square in Sana'a, Yemen.
A supporter of Ali Abdullah Saleh at the ex-president's first public appearance in 18 months, in Sana'a, Yemen.
Speaker of the Parliament and GPC Party member Yahya Al-Ra'i was among those present in Sana'a, Yemen for ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh's first public appearance in 18 months.
Ali Abdullah Saleh's wore gloves to cover his hands, which sustained burn injuries during a June 3, 2011 assassination attempt in Sana'a, Yemen.
Thousands of supporters turned out in Sana'a, Yemen for Ali Abdullah Saleh's first public appearance in 18 months.
Nasrallah appears in public to encourage protests against the controversial film insulting Islam that sparked protests throughout Muslim communities worldwide.
New UN Arab League Envoy returns from Syria and meets with the Arab League Chief in Cairo.
Busses and rails provided only the minimal services as employees went on strike in protest against wage cuts and budget reforms.
Lake Katwe salt mine is a source of livelihood to over three thousand people who earn about five dollars a day, laboring in the hyper-saline environment that leaches moisture from their bodies, exposing them to toxic chemicals and creating severe health complications.
Footage from in front of the US Embassay in Yemen where protesters rallied against the film by burning flags, breaking windows and setting fire in the embassy, until security forces pushed them back with gunfire and water trucks.