YEMEN REBELS TIGHTEN GRIP ON SANAA AFTER EX PRESIDENT SALEH'S DEATH

YEMEN REBELS TIGHTEN GRIP ON SANAA AFTER EX PRESIDENT SALEH'S DEATH. A damage apartment block after a reported air strike carried out by the Saudi-led coalition which targeted the presidential palace in Yemen's Huthi rebel-held capital Sanaa on Dec 5, 2017. Houthi rebels are moving to tighten their grip on Yemen's capital, Sanaa, a day after they killed their former ally ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Residents said new checkpoints had been set up in the city and there were reports of arrests of Saleh's supporters. Saleh died in a roadside attack amid fierce clashes between his supporters and the Houthis in Sanaa on Sun, Dec 3. Photo courtesy Agencies

Last Updated: 2017-12-06

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