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August 03, 2011
Editor-in-Chief of Al Yemen Aljadeed (New Yemen) Ali Abdullah Almoshki speaks in Sanaa, Yemen, while...
Sanaa, Yemen
Editor-in-Chief of Al Yemen Aljadeed Almoshki speaks in Sanaa
Editor-in-Chief of Al Yemen Aljadeed (New Yemen) Ali Abdullah Almoshki speaks in Sanaa, Yemen, while watching the televised trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak at the Police Academy in Cairo, August 3, 2011. Egyptians were enthralled on Wednesday by the unprecedented sight of ousted president Mubarak, a leader of the Arab world for three decades and now the Arab Spring's biggest scalp, being wheeled into a courtroom cage for his trial. Mubarak, 83, was driven from office by his own people and his trial sends a stark message to other Arab autocrats facing popular uprisings. In Yemen, demonstrators have staged a sit-in for six months in "Change Square," near the University of Sanaa where protests to end the 33-year rule of President Ali Abdullah Saleh began and cling to hope that they can revive low spirits in their camps with communal meals to break their daily Ramadan fast, as well as more rallies and marches during a period when large crowds head to the mosque to pray, offering natural gathering opportunities. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (YEMEN - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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