At least 35 Yemen soldiers slain in clash with militants

By REUTERS
March 4, 2012 17:12

 
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ADEN - At least 35 Yemeni soldiers were killed in the south of the country on Sunday in clashes with militants linked to al-Qaida, medics said.

Medics at a military hospital in the southern port city of Aden said dozens were also wounded and the number of casualties was likely to rise as a result of the fighting.

Clashes broke out after twin suicide bombings targeting military posts in Zinjibar earlier on Sunday.

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