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Yemen / Unrest #995116

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 05, 2011
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The latest developments in Yemen reviewed; details given about the wounding of President Ali Saleh.

(Washington: Whit Johnson) The fighting in the unstable nation of Yemen featured; scenes shown of the crowds celebrating and the presidential compound. [GTN correspondent Iona CRAIG†- says Saleh has left the country, but is a stubborn man and a return will depend on his health.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Washington: Juan Zarate) The violence in Yemen that could continue now that Saleh is gone, how the tribal groups are vying for power and the near-term problems for the US with the instability there after Saleh discussed.

Mitchell, Russ;
Johnson, Whit;
Zarate, Juan

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