News A still from the video showing guests dancing to Gangnam Style at a wedding in Yemen before one accidentally shoots three dead

A mobile phone video appears to show three men shot dead while dancing after guest with AK-47 loses control of gun

Troops 'kill 35 al-Qa'ida militants' in Yemen

Yemen says its troops have killed 35 al-Qa'ida militants in an attack on a hideout in the country's south, part of a wider offensive.

US hacked al-Qa'ida sites, says Hillary Clinton

US cyber-experts hacked al-Qa'ida propaganda online in Yemen, changing ads that bragged about killing Americans into ones that showed the death toll of the terror group's attacks against Yemenis, Hillary Clinton said.

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96 soldiers killed in huge suicide bomb blast in Yemen capital Sanaa

At least 96 soldiers have been killed in a huge suicide bomb blast during a rehearsal for a military parade in Yemen, Interior Ministry officials said.

Clashes kill scores of al-Qa'ida militants in Yemen

Clashes between government troops and al-Qa'ida fighters left 19 people dead in southern Yemen on Wednesday, military officials said.

US drone strike kills suspected al-Qa'ida militants in Yemen

A US drone strike has killed six suspected al-Qa'ida militants, Yemeni military officials said tonight.

Underwear bomber's plot was foiled by British agent

The undercover agent who foiled an an Al-Qa'ida plot to destroy an airliner by posing as a potential suicide bomber is British, it was reported in the US last night.

The 2009 bomb is believed to have been the work of al-Qa'ida bomb-maker Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri in Yemen

Mole who helped CIA foil al-Qa'ida underwear bomb 'was
British national'

An undercover agent who foiled an al-Qa'ida plot to blow up a airliner with an underwear bomb is a British national, it was reported tonight.

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Yemen underwear bomber was 'Saudi double agent'

A bomber from the al-Qa'ida affiliate in Yemen sent to blow up a US-bound airliner last month was actually a double agent who infiltrated the group and volunteered for the suicide mission, US media reported yesterday.

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Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri, the Yemen-based terrorist schemer who specialises in exploding underwear, is at the top of the CIA's hit list

FAHD AL-QUSO: The 37-year-old was on the FBI’s most wanted list after the 2000 bombing of USS Cole

CIA strike kills al-Qai'da's Fahd al-Quso

A senior al-Qai'da leader has been killed in an airstrike by a US drone.

Al-Qa'ida kills 20 soldiers in Yemen attack

Al-Qa'ida militants have staged a surprise attack on a Yemeni army base in the south, killing 20 soldiers and capturing 25 just hours after a US drone strike killed a senior figure in the terror network wanted in connection with the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen.

Al-Qa'ida leader Fahd al-Quso killed by drone strike in Yemen

An airstrike carried out by a CIA drone killed a top al-Qa'ida leader yesterday.

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57 killed in Yemen in clashes with al-Qa'ida fighters

At least 57 people were killed on Monday in Yemen when fighters from an al-Qa'ida-linked group attacked a military camp near the southern city of Lawdar, residents and local officials said.

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