Sanaa, Yemen (11:00 A.M.) – Tens of thousands of Yemenis flooded the streets of Sanaa on Saturday to show unity with the newly formed High Political Council and protest the Saudi regime for their interference in the Yemeni affairs.

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Thousands of Yemenis protest the Saudi regime on Saba’een Street.
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Yemenis fly their national flag, while also holding up signs in support of the new political alliance between the Houthi Movement and former president ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Saleh.

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Yemeni activists in Sanaa reported that several Saudi warplanes flew over their demonstration in order to harass the people.

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Alfredo_garcia
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@_nasihaUmm little more than thousands

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It’s not tens of thousands : probably about 200k ppl on the pics…

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@AWAKEALERT hope Yemenis throw the blood-sucking Saudi military out

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