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Yémen: Le retournement d’alliances d’Ali Abdallah Saleh lui coûte la vie

(French version only)
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Il avait l’habitude de répéter à ses visiteurs occidentaux que le Yémen ressemblait à un nid de serpents. Il aimait volontiers se voir en charmeur de serpents. Sa longévité politique ne lui a finalement été d’aucun secours et a fini par être mordu à mort par un de ces serpents.

 

 

Ali Abdallah Saleh n’est plus! Il a été tué aujourd'hui à Sanaa par ses anciens alliés houthis. Son assassinat risque d’enflammer la guerre par procuration entre l’Arabie saoudite et l’Iran, deux poids lourds de la région, et aggraver une crise humanitaire dévastatrice pour le peuple yéménite.

 

D’autres détails suivront…

 

4 décembre 2017



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