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Yemen: Protests in Aden as currency value slashes


Yemenis protest in Aden against the sharp deterioration of their national currency. Scores of Yemeni people took to the streets in the country’s southern port city of Aden on Wednesday protesting against the sharp deterioration of their national currency. In different neighborhoods of Aden, protesters burned tires and blocked main roads, forcing many business stores to shut down. The protest organizers demanded the newly power-sharing government based in Aden to begin with urgent economic reforms in order to curb the currency’s sharp devaluation. “We haven’t got salaries for about four months and now the currency devaluation multiplied our suffering,” a…

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