Shiite protesters march during a demonstration to denounce the assassination of Ahmad Sharafeddin, a leader of the Yemeni Shi'ite Muslim Houthi group, in Sanaa January 23, 2014. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Dozens rallied in the Yemeni capital on Thursday demanding the government resign after a law professor representing Shiite Huthi rebels at reconciliation talks was shot dead this week.On Tuesday, gunmen in Sanaa shot dead Ahmed Sharafeddin as he drove from his house in the capital Sanaa to the hotel where the final working session of the talks was being held.He was the second Huthi representative to the talks to be killed, with MP Abdulkarim Jadban shot dead in a similar attack in November.Protesters took off from the Saba roundabout in central Sanaa where Sharafeddin was killed and marched towards the government headquarters carrying portraits of the slain envoy.
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