Rebels Resume Attacks, Spark Fear in Yemen's Capital
Houthi rebels in Yemen have seized the presidential compound and attacked the president's home in the capital, Sana'a, shattering a cease-fire reached Monday. The leader of the Shiite faction says his group wants to rid the country of what he calls "corruption and totalitarianism." But the international community has condemned the violence. Zlatica Hoke reports that many Yemenis fear instability.