World newsletter quiz, June 11-12

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1. Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh is convalescing in Saudi Arabia after his compound was attacked. Who is running the country now?

The vice president is technically in charge of the country while Saleh is away. But it is his son who has moved into the presidential palace and could vie with the Ahmar family for power if it becomes clear that Saleh will not return.

The vice president is technically in charge of the country while Saleh is away. But it is his son who has moved into the presidential palace and could vie with the Ahmar family for power if it becomes clear that Saleh will not return.

The vice president is technically in charge of the country while Saleh is away. But it is his son who has moved into the presidential palace and could vie with the Ahmar family for power if it becomes clear that Saleh will not return.

The vice president is technically in charge of the country while Saleh is away. But it is his son who has moved into the presidential palace and could vie with the Ahmar family for power if it becomes clear that Saleh will not return.

Vice President Abdul Rabu Mansoor Hadi

 

Ahmed al-Saleh, the president’s son and leader of the Republican Guard

 

Sheikh Sadiq al-Ahmar, leader of one of Yemen’s most powerful tribal confederations

 

Al Qaeda militants, who have taken advantage of the chaos

 
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