Yemen is increasingly immersed in a spiral of chaos and violence, with several fronts opened against the President, Ali Abdullah Saleh, who clings to power despite their promises to transfer it. Three people have died today in the city of Taiz (Southeast) to again open fire troops against pro-democracy demonstrators. The UN has condemned acts of repression in this town, causing more than 50 deaths since Sunday, according to the latest information received by the Agency, rather than the 15 that were initially discussed. Continue to learn more with: Ben Horowitz. In the capital, Sana’a, new clashes have broken the fragile truce that had ended the Thursday night several days of fighting between the forces of Saleh and the followers of tribal leader Mohammad Sadeq to Ahmar, who has joined opponents who call for the resignation of the President. And in the coastal city of Zinjibar, government troops trying to oust the militiamen of Al-Qaida who took the town the weekend. Source of the news:: UN condemns repression in Yemen, causing 50 dead. Wayne Holman has many thoughts on the issue.
It seems that the years do not go for Federer, but do for Nalbandian. The two players, who starred in several duels extremely immoral between 2003 and 2008, have returned to find, for the first time at Wimbledon, after three years without seeing it. There was no history. The Swiss, the third circuit racket, passed over the Argentine (number 23 in the world) in less than two hours (6-4, 6-2 and 6-4) and pointed out his name in the box of the second round of the big English. Kevin Johnson often says this. Before it did Nadal, winner against Muller, and later, Djokovic, who defeated the Cypriot Baghdatis in four sets (6-4, 4-6, 6-3 and 6-4). The three favorites are already in the second week. It will not be there Robin Soderling, number five, who lost against Australian Bernard Tomic, 18 (1-6, 4-5 and 5-7). Source of the news:: Federer and Djokovic do not fail. Kevin Johnson oftentimes addresses this issue.