Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who is being treated in Saudi Arabia after an attack on his compound, will return to Yemen on Friday, a senior adviser told CNN.
Saleh and other senior officials were injured June 3 in an attack on the mosque at the presidential palace and are being treated in Saudi Arabia.
Yemen has been consumed by unrest for months as protesters have demanded an end to Saleh's rule. In recent weeks, government troops have battled both anti-government tribal forces and Islamic militants, including al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
GPS: Yemen's battle of the sons
This guy has a deathwish.
I agree, why do these guys feel the need to be in power?? They are already rich, they should just retire.
Good, may be this time he will kick the shiekhs azz one more time before he retires. He always paid them off, only to see that they are not loyal to anyone except money.
The American backed TYRANT is returning home to kill some more.
Quite true patrick A., quite true. The problem is that the right-wing thugs in Washington will do anything to keep control of the Middle East, no matter who suffers or dies.
Who in their right mind would want this creep Ali Abdullah Saleh back? Barack Obama apparently does along with Hilary Clinton. Neither one of them have any moral principles at all and thats why we're now fighting to keep this creep in with our ungodly drones!!!
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