Security Forces Open Fire on Protesters in Yemen
Security forces in Yemen have opened fire on peaceful protesters in the capital Sanaa on Tuesday, wounding at least 75 people demonstrating for an end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh's 32-year rule.
Three of the wounded were in a serious condition, according to medical sources.
Policemen and security agents in civilian clothes opened fire as they tried to prevent people from joining thousands of
protesters who have camped out for weeks in front of Sanaa University, the epicentre of the demonstrations.
They were trying to stop thousands of people joining a protest camp at the university calling for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to resign.
At least 50 people were injured. Medical sources told the BBC that five were in a serious condition.