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Clashes between protesters and security forces in Taez, Yemen, Monday left at least 16 people dead and hundreds injured. The deadly violence followed weeks of anti-government demonstrations, with protesters calling to oust President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
An injured demonstrater lies on the ground in Yemen's Taiz province after Yemeni security forces shot and killed 15 anti-regime demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taez, on April 4, 2011. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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People demonstrate in Yemen's Taiz province after Yemeni security forces shot and killed 15 anti-regime demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taez, on April 4, 2011. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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People demonstrate in central Sanaa on April 4, 2011, after security forces shot dead 15 fellow demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taiz, south of the capital. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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People demonstrate in Yemen's Taiz province after Yemeni security forces shot and killed 15 anti-regime demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taez, on April 4, 2011. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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People demonstrate in central Sanaa on April 4, 2011, as security forces shot dead 15 fellow demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taiz, south of the capital. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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Yemeni army soldiers check anti-government protesters entering the site of a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa,Yemen on April 4, 2011. Security forces shot dead 15 fellow demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taiz, south of the capital. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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People demonstrate in central Sanaa on April 4, 2011, as security forces shot dead 15 fellow demonstrators and wounded scores more on the second day of lethal clashes in Taiz, south of the capital. The bloodshed came as demonstrators staged a march on the government headquarters in the city about 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the capital to demand the ouster of Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh. UPI
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