Al-Qaida militant killed in Yemen

February 16, 2012 09:04


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SANAA - A top leader of al-Qaida's Yemen wing has been killed during a dispute with his brother, Yemeni officials said on Thursday.

Tareq al-Dahab, a relative of slain US-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki who led an assault on the town of Radda last month, died in his stronghold in al-Baidah province early on Thursday, they said.

"Dahab was killed by his brother at his residence in the al-Manasih neighborhood in al-Baidah province during a family dispute," a security official told Reuters.

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