Latest news Mideast Yemen protests 2011

Gadafi and Abdullah Saleh took brutal steps to retain power

Latest news Mideast Yemen protests 2011
Yemen protest AP /Muhammed Muheisen
There was no question about retaining the power as the two of the Arab world’s most strongest leaders decided to crush protests threatening their power in Libya and Yemen.

Their security forces increased attacks on protesters and dissidentsdug bringing more deads amid the rattle of gunfire.

The unrest has swept through the two strong police states, where according to some sources deaths have reported more than 100, while demonstrators have grown fearless against deadly bullets and tear gas. Unfortunatly even if the scenario is similar to the simple played out in the overthrow of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, it is far from being clear whether demonstrations can dethrone Libyan President Moammar Gadafi and Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.