By Fatik Al-Rodaini
Sana'a, Apr 6, 2011- At least seven anti-government protesters were wounded on Wednesday evening during fighting between anti and pro government protesters in Sana'a province.
Eyewitnesses said that pro-Saleh protesters attacked a rally for anti-government protesters in which batons, knives, and rocks were used to stop protesters from going on their rally.
On the other hand, thousands of women staged to the streets in Yemen's western port of Hodeida demanding the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime.
Protests chanted slogans demanding the fall of President Saleh's regime who has been facing nationwide demonstrations since two months in all Yemen's provinces.