Report: Three suspected al-Qaida militants killed in Yemen air strike

By REUTERS
November 19, 2013 16:33

 
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ADEN, Yemen - Three suspected al-Qaida militants were killed in an air strike in eastern Yemen on Tuesday, residents and a local official said.

The residents said a drone hit the militants as they were travelling in a car in the province of Hadramout in an area called Ghail Bawazeer, 45 km (30 miles), from the provincial capital Mukalla.

Residents reported hearing a large explosion and later saw the car engulfed in flames.

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