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December 13, 1987
A South Yemeni court sentenced deposed head of state Ali Nasser Hasani and 34 other people to death on charges of treason in a mass trial of 107 of his supporters. Nineteen of the 35 were sentenced in absentia. Most of the other defendants drew jail terms of 5 to 15 years. Hasani and many of his followers fled to Yemen after bloody clashes erupted in January, 1986, between factions of the ruling Marxist party.
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December 13, 1987
A South Yemeni court sentenced deposed head of state Ali Nasser Hasani and 34 other people to death on charges of treason in a mass trial of 107 of his supporters. Nineteen of the 35 were sentenced in absentia. Most of the other defendants drew jail terms of 5 to 15 years. Hasani and many of his followers fled to Yemen after bloody clashes erupted in January, 1986, between factions of the ruling Marxist party.
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January 25, 1987 | From Reuters
The government has released 220 people detained since last January for their roles in interfactional fighting which toppled strongman Ali Nasser Hasani, officials said Saturday. A total of 4,600 people have now been freed.
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January 25, 1987 | From Reuters
The government has released 220 people detained since last January for their roles in interfactional fighting which toppled strongman Ali Nasser Hasani, officials said Saturday. A total of 4,600 people have now been freed.
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