This video says about itself:
Taiz, Yemen 29 may 2012
Thousands of people are beginning to gather in the southern Yemeni city of Taiz to mark the first anniversary of a day they call “The Holocaust”. A year ago the security forces under the command of former head of the city’s security Abdallah Kairan, close ally and relative to former dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh, stormed freedom square and brutally killed more than 10 peaceful protestors. The sit in was attacked for over 12 hours, tents were burned, the entrances to the camp were closed, injured and medical personnel were taken hostage in the field hospital and still until today nobody has been brought to justice. The people of Taiz say they will never forget and will never stop seeking justice for the victims and their families.
This video is called Now in Freedom Square, Taiz, Yemen.
From daily News Line in Britain:
Tuesday, 12 April 2011
Yemen Tanks shell protesters
Yemeni protesters kept up the heat on President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Saturday as fresh clashes raged in the flashpoint city of Taiz, and as a dissident general denied aiming to replace the Yemeni leader.
Yemen recalled its ambassador to Qatar, state news agency Saba announced, after a call from the Gulf state for Saleh to step down stirred anger in his regime.
From the World Socialist Web Site:
Egyptian military storm peaceful protest in Tahrir Square
By our correspondent
12 April 2011
The mood in Tahrir Square has never been so hostile towards the military. “Mubarak was overthrown almost two months ago, but he’s still free”, said Ahmed, a student at Helwan University during the mass protests in Cairo last Friday.
The sentencing of blogger Maikel Nabil to 3 years in prison by a military tribunal in closed session for criticizing the army has Egyptian netizens in an uproar, exercising their newfound free speech rights while seeing them being threatened: here.
A Fresh Democratic Wind Blows from Women in Tahrir Square: here.