Yemen ministry: 7 soldiers killed in southern attack

By REUTERS
April 1, 2012 10:30

 
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ADEN - Seven Yemeni soldiers were killed in an attack on the defense ministry blamed on al-Qaida militants on Sunday, a day after clashes with Islamist fighters in which at least 20 troops were killed.

In a text message, the ministry's September 26 news portal said the "treacherous terrorist attack" occurred in the southern Hadramout province.

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