By Fatik Al-Rodaini
Sana'a, Apr 4, 2011- Private sources told the Yemen Post that Central Security Forces withdrew on Monday from Yemen's southern province of Taiz province and were replaced by army units.
The withdrawal came after clashes between anti-Saleh protesters and security forces took place in which 11 were killed and tens other injured.
According to a medical staff in Taiz Change Square said that 11 protesters were killed by gunshot wounds by security forces.
More than 500 have been injured today when security forces opened live fire on protesters and attacked them with batons and tear gas. Yesterday, 1760 protesters were injured when security forces attacked protesters.