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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

read more

There may be a silver lining to the recent diplomatic incident in Yemen, in which pro-government mobs blockaded U.S., European and Arab ambassadors inside an embassy as they waited — in vain — for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to sign a deal to relinquish power.

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