This 2012 video from the USA says about itself:
Via Jeremy Scahill of The Nation: “On February 2, 2011, President Obama called Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. The two discussed counterterrorism cooperation and the battle against Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. At the end of the call, according to a White House read-out, Obama “expressed concern” over the release of a man named Abdulelah Haider Shaye, whom Obama said “had been sentenced to five years in prison for his association with AQAP.” It turned out that Shaye had not yet been released at the time of the call, but Saleh did have a pardon for him prepared and was ready to sign it. It would not have been unusual for the White House to express concern about Yemen’s allowing AQAP suspects to go free. Suspicious prison breaks of Islamist militants in Yemen had been a regular occurrence over the past decade, and Saleh has been known to exploit the threat of terrorism to leverage counterterrorism dollars from the United States. But this case was different. Abdulelah Haider Shaye is not an Islamist militant or an Al Qaeda operative. He is a journalist…”. The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down.
Another video from the USA which used to be on YouTube is called Obama Hosts Yemeni Dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh in 5 Star Hotel.
This video is about protestors killed in Yemen.
A military tribunal has sentenced two young Egyptian activists to six-month prison terms after convicting them of insulting the army, a court official reported on Wednesday: here.
Government forces in Syria may have committed crimes against humanity by conducting summary executions, torturing prisoners and targeting children in their crackdown against opposition protesters and insurgents, a high-level UN human rights team said on Thursday.