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SABA, YJS condemn attack on journalist
[30/April/2012]


SANA'A, April 30 (Saba) – Yemen News Agency (SABA) and Yemeni Journalists Syndicate (YJS) have condemned strongly an attack on a journalist working for SABA named Anwar al-Bahri.

In a statement issued in this regard, a gang in al-Hasabah neighborhood has stormed the journalist's house Monday afternoon assaulting him brutally in front of his wife and family.

The journalist was seriously injured and taken to a hospital.

For its part, the YJS considered this aggression as a dangerous incident and expressed concern on the continuation of attacks and violations against journalists.

SABA and YJS called Interior Ministry to track down all perpetrators involved in this barbaric attack in order to bring them to justice.

FJ

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UPDATED ON : Fri, 22 May 2015 19:18:24 +0300