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"No Safe Places": Yemen’s Crackdown on Protests in Taizz

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When Yemenis took to the streets in January 2011 to demand an end to Saleh’s 33-year rule, Taizz, 250 kilometers south of the capital, Sanaa, became a center of both peaceful and armed resistance – and the scene of numerous human rights abuses and violations of the laws of war. “No Safe Places”is based on more than 170 interviews with protesters, doctors, human rights defe ...more
Unknown Binding, 1st Edition, 90 pages
Published February 6th 2012 by Human Rights Watch
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