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In other news Friday, snipers opened fire on huge crowds of protesters after Friday prayers in Sanaa, Yemen's capital. Doctors said at least 46 people were killed, but the government placed the death toll at 25. In Syria, security forces attacked protesters in several cities, and witnesses said at least three people were killed.

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