Yemeni Presidential Guards intervened in the disbanded Republican Guards holding a rally to protest the government not paying them Ramadan bonuses, Anadolu agency reported.
Two Yemeni soldiers were reported dead along with 6 injured as Yemeni Presidential Guards and disbanded Republican Guards clashed in Yemeni capital of Sana'a.
Security forces told Anadolu Agency that Yemeni Presidential Guards intervened to disperse hundreds of soldiers of the Republican Guards holding a rally to protest the government not paying them Ramadan bonuses.
At the clash that broke out during the intervention, 2 Yemeni soldiers were killed while 6 others were injured.
The Presidential Guards used heavy weapons and real bullets to disperse the demonstrators, the sources said.
Yemeni Republican Guards loyal to the former President Ali Abdollah Saleh were disbanded and the soldiers of the troop began serving in other military units.
No statement has yet been issued by the official authorities.