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  • US Ramps Up Its Fight Against Al-Qaida In Yemen - NPR

    US Ramps Up Its Fight Against Al-Qaida In Yemen - NPR;

    With a series of airstrikes and a recent ground raid, the U.S. military has intensified a long-running campaign against al-Qaida in Yemen, which is considered more dangerous than the group's parent organization. The U.S. military has carried out about ...and more »

  • Drone strikes kill suspected al-Qaeda fighters in Yemen - Aljazeera.com

    Drone strikes kill suspected al-Qaeda fighters in Yemen - Aljazeera.com;

    Raid in southern Abyan province came two days after intensive air strikes by US warplanes in Yemen. 05 Mar 2017 06:39 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. The Pentagon said it carried out 'somewhere over 30' strikes against ...and more »

  • Devices Seized in Yemen Raid Offer Some Clues to Qaeda Tactics - New York Times

    Devices Seized in Yemen Raid Offer Some Clues to Qaeda Tactics - New York Times;

    Graffiti in Sana, Yemen, denouncing the United States' military operations in the country. Credit Khaled Abdullah/Reuters. WASHINGTON — Computers and cellphones seized during a deadly Special Operations raid in Yemen in January offer clues about ...and more »

  • US Strikes Terrorism Targets In Yemen As War Against Al-Qaida Persists - NPR

    American warplanes in Yemen conducted more than 20 airstrikes overnight against the local branch of al-Qaida, the Pentagon said, in what may be the first U.S. counterterrorism operation there since a deadly special operations raid in January. The U.S. ...and more »

  • 20 US forces airstrikes against AQAP militants and infrastructure in 24 hours - The Yemen Times

    20 US forces airstrikes against AQAP militants and infrastructure in 24 hours - The Yemen Times;

    According to sources, drones and helicopters conducted air strikes in various areas inside Al-Baida Province. On Thursday March 4, 2017, US forces conducted a series of airstrikes against purported Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) militants and ...and more »

  • Fifth night of suspected US raids on Yemen: security source - Digital Journal

    Fifth night of suspected US raids on Yemen: security source - Digital Journal;

    Yemen was hit by a fifth consecutive night of suspected US air strikes targeting Al-Qaeda members in the impoverished nation, a Yemeni security source said on Monday. The source said the early dawn raid hit the town of Al-Nasl in the southern Abyan ...and more »

  • United States Ramps Up Airstrikes Against Al Qaeda in Yemen - New York Times

    WASHINGTON — The United States military on Friday carried out a second night of airstrikes against suspected Qaeda terrorists in Yemen in what Pentagon officials said was part of a larger campaign to roll back territorial gains the group has made in ...and more »

  • Trump steps up airstrikes against Al Qaeda in Yemen; more ground raids could follow - Los Angeles Times

    Trump steps up airstrikes against Al Qaeda in Yemen; more ground raids could follow - Los Angeles Times;

    More than two years after a multi-sided civil war erupted inside Yemen that allowed Al Qaeda's local franchise to amass power and seize territory, President Trump has directed the Pentagon to embark on a complicated counter-terrorism campaign. Trump's ...and more »

  • Over 30 US Airstrikes Have Been Launched in Yemen in Two Days: Pentagon - TIME

    Over 30 US Airstrikes Have Been Launched in Yemen in Two Days: Pentagon - TIME;

    (WASHINGTON) — As part of a sustained assault on the extremist group known as al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, U.S. warplanes have launched more than 30 airstrikes in Yemen the past two days, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday. Navy Capt.and more »

  • US launches fierce attacks against Al Qaeda in Yemen - South China Morning Post

    US launches fierce attacks against Al Qaeda in Yemen - South China Morning Post;

    The United States carried out another wave of strikes against al Qaeda in Yemen overnight, residents and US officials said on Friday, in the latest sign of increasing US military focus on a group whose strength has grown during Yemen's civil war. A day ...and more »