Yemen Military Launches Attack on Al Qaeda
Last week, there were other raids. They didn't kill any al Qaeda members, just a 65 year old man and two women. From the Yemen Observer:
Yemeni warplanes launched strikes in the Modia district of Abyan province on Tuesday, targeting locations believed to be home to al-Qaeda commander Abdul Munem al-Fahtani, according to the defense ministry website.
“The raids at Thaooba area, Modia district, killed a 65-year-old man and two women. No al-Qaeda members were killed,” a security official told Yemen Observer on a condition of anonymity.
[T]he cooperation is strong. It is strategic cooperation depends directly on the support for training, qualifying and arming forces, in addition to providing expertise and information. We think improving this side is needed ultimately for more expansion in the process of preparing anti-forces. We think this work has realized success in the past. Hence, we affirm that the work experience in field of cooperation and coordination with the United States is positive and improved.
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