A Yemeni official was quoted as saying one protester had been killed and 10 wounded, including four guards, in heavy gunfire next to the National Security Agency building in Sanaa, according to Al Jazeera. Multiple reports on social media documented the clashes, with some reports indicating the clash was between the Yemeni army and Houthi militants. Credit: Youth Stand Yemen.
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