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Anti-government protesters continue to march demanding the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh. The United States has said it is "deeply troubled" by reports of attacks on civilians in the Yemeni flashpoint city of Taez. Yemen's president Sunday said his deputy would form a unity government aimed at ending the political violence wrecking the nation.
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A defected army soldiers looks on as he waits to escort anti-government protesters during a march demanding the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa November 13, 2011, a day after the United States said it was "deeply troubled" by reports of attacks on civilians in the Yemeni flashpoint city of Taez. UPI/ Abdulrahman Abdallah.
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