Yemeni special security forces recontrol three gov't buildings

13:52, June 02, 2011      

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Yemeni special security forces on Wednesday recontrolled three government buildings in capital Sanaa seized by armed tribesmen loyal to the opposition leader Sadiq al- Ahmar during the recent pitched street battles, official Saba news agency and a security official said.

After one-day clash, the security forces regained control of Ministry of local administrative, and found bodies of Houthi-led rebels inside, Saba reported.

A security official of Yemeni Interior Ministry added that the government forced also recontrolled a police station and a branch office of Agriculture ministry in Hassaba district in downtown Sanaa.

Source: Xinhua
 
 
     
 
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