The once peaceful Yemeni revolution is shifting to the use of arms to get their demands met.
Political powers are clashing with the government in an effort to take over military camps
45 people were killed in Arhab district, 40 kilometers northeast of the capital, in clashes between republican guards and pro revolution tribes that started Thursday and continued Friday.
Fierce clashes also took place in Taiz, Ibb, and Jawf provinces on Thursday.
Houthis have been trying to take over the governmental military camps and clashes with the tribes in the provinces have resulted in the death of more than 120 over the last two months.
Continued absence of government forces and a weakened central regime has resulted in clashes in more than half of Yemen’s provinces.
Experts fear that Yemen will quickly fall apart if no international intervention takes place.