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US Drone Kills 4 Al Qaeda Terrorists in Yemen

The fourth U.S. drone attack on eight days killed four Al Qaeda-linked terrorists in eastern Yemen Monday while the terrorist network has succeeded in making the United States appear a weakling by threats that forced it to continue a shutdown of nearly 20 embassies and consulates in the Middle East.

One of the four terrorists had been placed on Yemen’s Most Wanted list of 25 Al Qaeda suspect.
American media have reported that intercepted communications between Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri and the head of the Yemeni branch sparked a global travel alert.

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3 Responses to “US Drone Kills 4 Al Qaeda Terrorists in Yemen”

  1. the Guantanmo terrorist killed in yemen would have died of hunger strike by others who had refused food externally or by tube feedings.

  2. Execution without due process.
    They can do this to anyone they want.
    Stalin and Hitler would be envious of Obamba and how Easily he can eliminate whoever he decides threatens him.

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