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Qaeda Yemen attacks kill 56 troops, police


Suspected Al-Qaeda militants killed at least 56 soldiers and policemen in three simultaneous attacks in southern Yemen on Friday, military sources and civilian officials said.

US drone kills four Yemen jihadists

A US drone strike killed four Al Qaeda suspects in Yemen Tuesday, a tribal source said, amid heightened security across the Middle East against a possible major attack by the jihadists.

Qaeda deputy leader killed in US drone strike


Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has confirmed the death in a US drone strike of its deputy leader Saeed al-Shehri, whose killing has been announced a number of times by Yemeni authorities.

Gunmen kill Saudi diplomat, guard in Yemen capital

A Saudi diplomat and his bodyguard were killed when their car was fired upon by unidentified assailants in the Yemeni capital on Wednesday, a diplomatic source said.

"Gunmen dressed in the central se

Death toll in Yemen anti-US protests rises


Clashes between police and demonstrators protesting against a film mocking Islam near the US embassy in Sanaa on Thursday killed four people, a security official said.

'Four people were killed and 34

Yemeni protesters storm US embassy in Sanaa

Yemeni protesters, angry over a film mocking Islam, on Thursday stormed the complex of the US embassy in Sanaa, defying efforts by riot police to hold them at bay, an AFP correspondent said.

American shot dead in Yemen: Security official

Two gunmen shot dead on Sunday a US citizen who worked at a language school in Yemen's second city of Taez, a security official said.

The assailants rode a motorbike in their attack on the man, who w

Yemen air strikes kill 23 suspected Qaeda militants: Police

Overnight air strikes that residents said were carried out by US warplanes killed 23 suspected Al-Qaeda militants in mountains south of the Yemeni capital, security sources said on Saturday.


Suicide bombing rocks Yemen Republican Guard troops camp

A suicide car bombing ripped through a Republican Guard troops camp southwest of the Yemeni capital on Saturday, days after Al-Qaeda claimed a similar attack that killed 26 soldiers, military sources

Yemenis vote as Saleh's 33-year rule comes to end


Yemeni voters ended President Ali Abdullah Saleh's 33-year rule in a historic ballot on day, pinning hopes on a new leader faced with the massive task of rebuilding an impoverished and war-ravaged cou

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