Two mid-level al-Qaida operatives killed in Yemen

By REUTERS
May 5, 2011 11:12

 
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ADEN - Two mid-level al-Qaida leaders were killed in Yemen on Thursday in a remote province where al-Qaida is active, the news service of the Yemeni Defense Ministry said, and residents said they saw a drone in the air at the time.

The Defense Ministry identified the men as two brothers, Musa'id and Abdullah Mubarak, and said they were killed in Shabwa. Some residents said they saw a drone in the air while others reported an explosion following what they thought was a rocket in the air.

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