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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Gerald M. Feierstein
Al Qaeda is offering a bounty of more than 6 pounds of gold to anyone who assassinates the U.S. ambassador to Yemen after U.S. drone strikes killed nine suspected terrorists last week in the battle-scarred Arabian Peninsula country.
Thousands of protesters in the troubled country of Yemen over the weekend demanded the expulsion of U.S. Ambassador Gerald Feierstein, accusing him of interfering in the domestic affairs of a nation convulsed by a year-old uprising.
Thousands of demonstrators in Yemen on Tuesday demanded the expulsion of U.S. Ambassador Gerald Feierstein, accusing him of encouraging a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters.
"If 2,000 people decided to protest against the White House in the U.S., we [would not] consider it a peaceful act and will not allow this," Mr. Feierstein was quoted as saying.
The protesters denounced Mr. Feierstein for comments he made before Saturday's demonstration that, they claimed, gave the government a "green light" to attack the unarmed civilians who traveled about 175 miles to Sanaa in what they called the "March for Life."