Bangalore, Sept 8: Yemeni riot police used water canons on Sunday to disperse Shiite protesters during clashes near the Foreign Ministry.
Yemeni security forces moved to break up a sit-in held by Shiite rebels blocking the capital's airport road on Sunday, using water cannons, bulldozers and tear gas, security officials and witnesses said.
Meanwhile, heavy monsoon rains and flash floods killed more than 120 people in Pakistan officials said, as forecasters warned of more rain in the coming days and troops raced to evacuate people from deluged areas.
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Shiite protestors clash in Sanaa
Yemeni riot police use water canons to disperse Shiite protesters during clashes near the Foreign Ministry at a main road leading to the airport in Sanaa, Yemen.
Mourners surround Cerati's body
Mourners reach out to touch the funeral car transporting the remains of Argentine rock star Gustavo Cerati to La Chacarita cemetery, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Over 120 dead in Pakistan floods
Local residents with their livestocks wade through floodwaters as they move to safe place following heavy rains in Jafar Kot near Wazirabad, some 100 kilometers (65 miles) north of Lahore, Pakistan.
Cavalry show in Poland
Soldiers on horseback perform an attack through a burning obstacle during the Cavalry Day show in Warsaw, Poland.
Fireworks light up the sky
Fireworks explode over St. Basil Cathedral as International military bands members perform during the closing ceremony of "Spasskaya Tower" International Military Orchestra Music Festival at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, .