“I think that there’s every possibility of a civil war. Outside intervention would not prevent that — it would probably expedite it,” Clinton said in an interview conducted in Rabat, Morocco.
The comments were aired two days after Arab and Western foreign ministers met in Tunis to discuss the Syrian crisis and expressed sorrow at the ongoing bloodshed.
“It took more than a year in Yemen, but finally there was a new president inaugurated. People kept being killed all the time, so these are very painful situations, there is no getting around it.
“I feel like everyone else watching the video, and I also have the additional information that comes from all kinds of intelligence sources.