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Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has returned to the country after more than three months in Saudi Arabia for medical treatment. He had left Yemen after being seriously injured in a rocket attack. The country has faced turmoil in recent months as anti-government demonstrators called for the ouster of Saleh. Freelance journalist Tom Finn talks to Steve Inskeep about Saleh's return.
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