Friday, June 10, 2011

U.S. bombards rebels in Yemen

U.S. aircraft launched an attack in southern Yemen, last week, to prevent al Qaeda in this country takes advantage of the prevailing political turmoil there, officials in Washington. The officials said American fighter-bombers attack, carried out last Friday, killed a middle-ranking member of Al Qaeda called Abu Ali al-Hariti, and other followers.

The offensive followed an attack by an unmanned aircraft, due to a technical failure, failed to take the cleric of the terrorist organization, Anwar al-Awlaki was born in the United States on May 5, said two U.S. officials, who stated on condition of anonymity to discuss secret operations.

According to officials, none of the attacks were part of a policy change or a deliberate escalation of terrorist operations, but were released after getting intelligence that led to those targets.

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