Monday, April 25, 2011
First Tunisa, Then Egypt, Now Yemen? Yemini President Saleh Agrees To Resign Within 30 Days; Protests Continue
"Yemen’s longtime President Ali Abdullah Saleh has reportedly accepted a plan designed by neighboring Arab nations to hand over power within weeks, following three months of street protests. If he actually resigns, Saleh would become the third leader in the region to resign in the last three months. But demonstrations are continuing in Yemen because many people do not believe Saleh will keep his promise. Earlier today, at least 10 people were injured in the Yemeni city of Taiz after security forces opened fire. We speak to independent journalist Laura Kasinof who has just left Yemen where she was reporting for the New York Times...."