By Fatik Al-Rodaini
Sana'a, Apr 18, 2011- At least 15 protesters were wounded in Yemen's western province of Hodeida during clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces.
Sources said that the clashes erupted when anti-Saleh protesters took to the street demanding the fall the President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime.
Security forces fired shots and tear gas at protesters to disperse them
Medical sources confirmed that tens of protesters were injured during the clashes.
Violence between pro-Saleh forces and opposition activists has killed more than 116 people since the protests began in late January.