This video says about itself:
28 April 2011
At least 10 people are dead after pro government gunmen opened fire on protesters in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Wednesday.
From the live blogging today at EA WorldView blog:
1510 GMT: Journalist Tom Finn at the field hospital in Yemen‘s capital Sana’a: “Inside the field hospital, blood all over the floor, dead bodies being piled up, doctor tells me death toll is 22 so far. White clothes being laid over the corpses. Women & men sobbing. Very little room left inside the field hospital/mosque.”
1450 GMT: Freelance journalist Tom Finn writes from a field hospital in the Yemeni capital Sana’a after the attack on protesters by regime forces, “I can count 20 dead bodies, more are being brought in.”
Earlier Al Arabiya reports that Saleh forces attacked the home of opposition tribal leader Sheikh Sadeq al-Ahmar in the Hasaba section of Sana’a. An al-Ahmar source said the troops used machine guns and mortars. The source said, “The shelling is targeting us from several directions but we have not responded as sheikh Sadiq has given us orders not to respond.”
1445 GMT: We are waiting for confirmed information before putting out a casualty total, but it appears that scores have been wounded in Change Square in the Yemeni capital Sana’a by forces loyal to President Saleh (see 1415 GMT for video). One journalist writes, “Gunshots still firing. Ambulance driver shouting “only those with bullet wounds!” scores passed out on the ground from tear gas.” An activist sends the message, “The makeshift hospital in change sq. in #Sanaa sends an emergency call to all doctors to join becuz of the huge number of injuries.”
At least 20 anti-government demonstrators killed as forces loyal to Ali Abudllah Saleh open fire in the capital Sanaa: here.
This video from Yemen today records the “Arrival of martyrs & wounded at Sanaa Change Square field hospital. Some are decapitated”.
A massacre is being witnessed live, tweet by tweet, in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa. Yemeni Security forces opened fire on protesters, killing at least 22 and injuring hundreds more so far. The horror is being streamed on a live feed, watched by hundreds of shocked viewers around the world: here.
At least 26 people have been confirmed dead and several hundred wounded in the Yemeni capital Sana’a, after government forces fired live ammunition and tear gas at tens of thousands of protesters calling for the removal of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. The president is currently in Saudi Arabia after surviving a bomb attack in June and last week agreed to begin negotiations over a transfer of power, but many protesters believe that the move is just another delaying tactic: here.
Thousands of demonstrators stormed Sanaa’s main university on the first day of the new term on Saturday preventing classes from starting and tearing down pictures of President Ali Abdullah Saleh: here.
Saudi Arabia sending tanks to Yemen: here.