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Yemen Uprising Photogallery

In January 2011, Yemenis rose up against President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime and expelled him from power. Since then, women have been fighting for human rights and a role in shaping their future while fending off Muslim extremists.
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January 2011: Yemeni women hold placards and a photograph of activist Tawakkul Karman during an anti-government rally in Sanaa. Placards read in Arabic, "Arresting Karman is an unethical incident against Yemeni Women."
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January 2011: Yemeni women hold placards and a photograph of activist Tawakkul Karman during an anti-government rally in Sanaa. Placards read in Arabic, "Arresting Karman is an unethical incident against Yemeni Women."

February 18, 2011: Supporters of the Yemeni government hurl stones at anti-government demonstrators, not pictured, during clashes in Sanaa on what organizers called Friday of Rage.
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February 18, 2011: Supporters of the Yemeni government hurl stones at anti-government demonstrators, not pictured, during clashes in Sanaa on what organizers called Friday of Rage.

March 10, 2011: Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh speaks to supporters during a gathering in Sanaa.
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March 10, 2011: Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh speaks to supporters during a gathering in Sanaa.

April 5, 2011: Anti-government protestors carry a wounded man during clashes with Yemeni forces in Taiz.
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April 5, 2011: Anti-government protestors carry a wounded man during clashes with Yemeni forces in Taiz.

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