Report: Eleven militants killed in Yemen air strike

By REUTERS
January 31, 2012 07:33

 
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DUBAI - Eleven militants including a number of local al Qaida leaders were killed in an air strike in Yemen overnight, local residents said on Tuesday.

They said an unidentified drone attacked the militants while they were traveling in two vehicles east of the city of Loder in Abyan province in southern Yemen. A tribal leader said at least four of those killed were local al Qaida leaders.

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