Yemen protesters on Code Pink

Thousands again took to the streets of Sana’a Jan. 27, calling for the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. “It’s over Saleh, your time is up!” chanted a crowd of students, rattling the gates of Sana’a University. The protests are organized by an opposition coalition, including the Islamist party Islah, as well as the Socialist and Nasserite parties. Emphasizing a commitment to nonviolence, the protesters have adopted pink as their color, but warned that they will escalate to “red” to press their demands if necessary. (The Guardian, The Lede, Jan. 27)

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