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Human Rights Group Protests US Drone Killings
drone strikes since 2009 in Pakistan and Yemen . The U.S. government has targeted Abdulrahman, who also was killed in Yemen ; and Jude Kenan Mohammed, who was that killed three U.S. citizens in Yemen in 2011. The United States is expected
Today in History
to nearly 112 years in prison.) In the wake of deadly protests , Indonesia President Suharto stepped down after 32 years killing 96 fellow soldiers; al-Qaida's branch in Yemen claimed responsibility. Grammy-winning polka great Eddie
Obama Juggles Scandals
by protest in Cairo." In other words, all the talk of protests - which proved to be wrong - started with the CIA. What www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-pn- yemen -ap-leak-probe-20130516,0,7043431.story
Holder Says He Played No Role in AP Phone Subpoena
trying to hunt down the sources of information for a May 7, 2012, AP story that disclosed details of a CIA operation in Yemen to stop an airliner bomb plot around the anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden. The probe is being run out of the
Mideast Youth Need 46 Million Jobs by 2020
Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen (in the latter three civil war and/or anti - government uprisings significantly disrupted with the biggest youth bulge in Yemen and the smallest in Tunisia. Fertility
Vendor's Suicide Reflects Despair of Mideast Youth
book-ends of a revolution that toppled four on anti-poverty protests . In 1980, Habib Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Jordan, those fire. The Jasmine Revolution erupted. Adel and They joined the protests and burned pictures
Palestinians Chose a New President _ on Reality TV
need an Arab Spring, and the show is our spring." Mass protests have removed longtime leaders in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen . Syria is engulfed in a civil war. In contrast, the traditional
Today in Pictures: Democracy Protest, Spring Training, Art Fair
Yemeni pro-democracy protesters chant slogans as they march during a demonstration demanding the trial of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa, Yemen , Feb. 28, 2013. (Hani Mohammed/AP Photo) Click to see the rest of ABC News' Today in Pictures
Transcript of Obama's State of the Union Address
network of fifteen of these hubs and guarantee that the next revolution in manufacturing is Made in America. If we want to nations. Instead, we will need to help countries like Yemen , Libya, and Somalia provide for their own security
Panetta: Budget Cuts to 'Compromise Our Ability to Respond to Crises'
that in that same period we were seeing violent attacks on our embassies in Cairo, Sana'a [ Yemen ] , Tunis, Khartoum, as well as large protests outside many other posts where thousands of our diplomats serve," Clinton told the Senate Foreign
Today in Pictures: Yemeni Graduates, Greek Protests , Gabby Giffords
graduates attend their graduation ceremony in Sana'a, Yemen , Jan. 29, 2013. According to government accounts, the illiteracy rate in Yemen stands at 29.8 percent for men and 62.1 percent for women
Transcript: President Obama Talks to the U.N. about Mideast Peace, Iran
days of the Libyan revolution , arriving on a respected. After the revolution , he supported Tunisia, and Yemen – have taken by the Tunisian protests that toppled a of leadership in Yemen , because the interests have seen largely peaceful protests bring more change
US Ambassador Caught in China Protests
and briefly detained in anti-Japanese protests in Beijing on Tuesday. No one was injured the East China Sea. In Beijing, the protests took place outside the Japanese Embassy the recent attacks against Americans in Yemen and Libya.
Yemen's President Fears Future Without Him
warning from yemen 's president Yemen has been facing huge protests the president embattled country yemen 's President Ali Abdullah Saleh took the the west of protesters . Could come doing in Yemen the president the sea of protesters . Acted againA warning from yemen's president Yemen has been a crucial ally for the US in the war on terror there is a huge al-Qaeda presence in that country. -- facing huge protests the president says He will step down but warned today in so many words -- -- sorry. 24 hours after agreeing to hand over power in his increasingly embattled country yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh took -- -- the opposition. Warning of the dangers of al-Qaeda -- support from the west of protesters . Could come at a cost and in the -- -- they were ignoring would al-Qaeda is doing in Yemen the president said and they will either place. -- is no agreed to hand over power -- was deputy within thirty days in exchange for immunity from prosecution. Today thousands of demonstrators were still -- -- -- the deal falls short of their demands they wanted out now and they wanted -- -- warns al-Qaeda has found its way into the sea of protesters . Acted again I think this will escalate the crisis the president said it won't solve it.
Benghazi Hearing: Gregory Hicks Describes Consulate Attack
as a result of this a spontaneous protests outside the consulate in the Ghazi but served in Afghanistan. Bahrain Yemen Syria. And the Gambia. I speak impending attacks on our embassy in anti government anti American demonstrations. Allowingcountry extensively in the mideast. Besides Libya but served in Afghanistan. Bahrain Yemen Syria. And the Gambia. I speak fluent Arabic. In -- rain and when she opposition contacts. Gave me advanced warning. Of impending attacks on our embassy in anti government anti American demonstrations. Allowing us to prepare and avoid injuries to staff. I learned that knowledge of local conditions and strong connections.
A Spreading Revolution ?
government ban on protests in media and run. Protesters have vowed demonstrations in Yemen a close US report from Yemen . Friday Billings yemen 's capital violent clashes anti government . Weeks ago Forcing yemen 's authoritarian reason these protests had not spreadthousands of demonstrators took to the streets defying a government ban on protests in media and -- run. Protesters have vowed to follow suit. And on the Arabian Peninsula they had been more demonstrations in Yemen a close US ally. Where US officials believe that al-Qaeda operatives posed one of the greatest risks. ABC's senior foreign affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz has sent this report from Yemen . Friday Billings yemen's capital erupted in joy at the news that. President Mubarak had stepped down. But as exuberant -- these demonstrators were. Ended only an hour later on Saturday they gathered again this time with some violent clashes -- anti government . Weeks ago it is unprecedented. Show straight tens of thousands of demonstrators hit the streets in Yemen . Forcing yemen's authoritarian president Ali Abdullah Salah who was carefully watching events in Egypt into a preemptive strike. Salah who has ruled for more than three decades promised He would not run for re election in 2013. But there is another more ominous reason these protests had not spread. Yemen is the poorest least educated and most fragile country in the Arab world. It is also heavily -- And even opposition leaders seem genuinely afraid that if protests get out of -- the country could collapse. Asked would that -- don't use weapons I don't know anything who -- Who's the real life and realize that with the results of using such slipped from -- -- a -- -- be a contestant. Which is a nightmare scenario for the United States and other western countries. Yemen has become a major breeding ground for al-Qaeda. It's remote villages and rugged terrain ideal for militants sales to hide and train. The failed Christmas Day bomber who hit explosives it -- underwear -- 2009. Trained here. Last October bombs disguised as well -- cartridges placed on US bound cargo planes were mailed from Yemen . And hiding somewhere in this country -- other provinces. The American born radical cleric. And -- -- out a -- but will also inspired the attacks at Fort Hood. And the Times Square bomber. I think both in the US in the UK and many other countries we -- -- in Yemen . -- Way up there in the top level of -- In the last five years the US -- -- in -- more than 250. Million dollars in aid. The majority going to the military. -- -- -- -- -- -- Nephew of yemen's president. He's in charge of the country's security forces including 250. US. Counterterrorism. Truth if you had to say how many old.
days of the protests in Egypt. To Started a revolution report. A year executive. An anti government activist why in Bob. the protesters did square policemen. In Yemen on a job is The Egyptian revolution wasn't driven forces that spot revolution throughout historywe do and I'd -- like I'd now like never. Started a revolution report. A year ago Nadine -- Hobbs connected online with the young Google marketing executive. An anti government activist why else -- -- There basically bunch of thugs thieves and you know who've been ruining their our country there's still
Roundtable: Target Libya
and not by rain at or Yemen American allies is that Homeland Security are Yemen and some of the al-Qaeda regime change. Look Yemen and Bahrain have the killed by the regime in Yemen . Peaceful protests on Friday you have theThat will not affect the -- which is obviously regime change. Look Yemen and Bahrain have the same problem that we do in Libya 45 people were killed by the regime in Yemen Peaceful protests on Friday you have the same thing in Bahrain this is the Obama administration has been responding very slowly. At the outset
Protests , Tension in Arab World: 3 Killed
An eruption of protests , big and small anger and those protests are flaring up again battles between protesters hurling rocks and Today, the protests spread across the protestors killed. In yemen , the crowds torchedAn eruption of protests , big and small. In fact, 24 hours ago, in five countries around the globe, tonight, more than 30 countries. Two more u.S. Embassies stormed, even the new president of egypt, a member of the muslim brotherhood now calling for calm in his country. Abc's lama hasan is on the ground in cairo tonight. Lama? Reporter: David, that anger and those protests are flaring up again tonight. The protectoll us or thes are seething with anger, all aimed at america. In cairo today, the u.S. Embassy under siege. Running battles between protesters hurling rocks and security forces firing back tear gas and water cannons, using a newly erected concrete wall to defend the embassy.is no god but allah and muhammad is his prophet." Today, the protests spread across the globe. In sudan protestors stormed the u.S. Embassy before being stopped. This after setting the german headquarters on fire. In tunisia, black smoke billowed from the u.S. Embassy after protestors attacked it. Two protestors killed. In yemen , the crowds torched. In lebanon, crowds torched a kfc restaurant and broke the windows of a hardees. All this just as the pope arrived to the region, spreading a message of peace and tolerance. Back here in cairo, it is clear the violence could have been worse. After president obama called egypt's new leader mohammed morsi, morsi reversed course and urged the protesters to hold off, saying, "it is required by our religion to protect our guests and their homes and places of work. So I call on you all to consider this, consider the law, and not attack embassies." Not all the protesters are listening to the president's call for calm. Tonight, near the u.S. Embassy, street battles rage on. David? La ma hasan, thank
Susan Rice on 'This Week'
the wake of the revolution in libya, are quite been back post- revolution , only for a matter there have been protests around the world in tunisia, in yemen , and of course major part in their revolution . What transpiredheavier weapons, weapons as you know that, in the wake of the revolution in libya, are quite common and accessible. Then it evolved from there. We'll wait to see exactly what the investigation finally confirms.in benghazi is relatively new, as you'll recall, we have been back post- revolution , only for a matter of months. But, I have visited there myself. Both to tripoli and benghazi. I was very grateful tothis has to stop. You bring up -- frankly, in tunisia, in yemen , and of course in libya, where the government has gone out of its way to try to step up security and express the deepest remorse. We're quite popular in libya as you might expect having been a major part in their revolution . What transpired outside of our consulate in benghazi wasn't an expression of deep-seeded anti-american sentiment. Quite the contrary. The outpouring of sympathy