July 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);7/26/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5240, p13
The article reports on the political conflict in Yemen. It says that seven from among the Houthis were killed in fighting with the armed rebels in the al-Jawf governorat. It adds that the Turki Saad Mohammed Qulays al-Shahrani, the suicide bomber who killed nine soldiers in Aden was a Saudi member of al Qaeda. Moreover, the Lodar district of al-Qaeda militants were cleansed by the revolutionaries.


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