Saleh loyalists block roads in Yemen

Govt loyalists in Yemen protested against Gulf plan for ending Saleh`s rule.

Sanaa: Loyalists of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh blocked roads in the capital Sanaa on Sunday in protest at a Gulf-brokered plan for an end to his 33-year-rule sparking questions over his readiness to ink it.

Armed with batons and carrying his pictures, Saleh`s partisans blocked access to the presidential palace, a correspondent reported.

They also used rocks to block roads leading to the airport and to Tahrir Square near government headquarters.
Bureau Report

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