Mixed reports emerge on fate of former Yemeni President Ali Abudallah Saleh

Mixed reports emerge on fate of former Yemeni President Ali Abudallah Saleh
Mon Dec 4, 2017 15:03:13

Earlier report emerging from Yemen said ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh's house was blown up in central Sanaa.

REUTERS--  However, an official from the Congress party denied the report.

Meanwhile, International Committee of the Red Cross has said that at least 125 have been killed and 238 wounded in fighting in Sanaa over the last five days.

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