By Fatik Al-Rodaini
Aden, Mar 12, 2011- At least two anti-government protesters were killed during a bid by Yemen's anti-riot forces to disperse a demonstration held in Yemen's southern port of Aden calling for the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime.
Hundreds of anti-government protesters chanted in Dar Saed anti-Saleh slogans when security forces interfered to stop them from continuing their peaceful protests killing at least two protesters and wounding several others.
In southern province of Taiz, ten protesters were wounded during an attempt by security forces to disperse a rally against Saleh's regime and in support of Sana'a University campus's sit-inners.
Source: Yemen 24 News