To fight al-Qaida, Yemen needs aid not more military action | Jonathan Steele
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To fight al-Qaida, Yemen needs aid not more military action | Jonathan Steele

Say'ūn : Yemen | Apr 29, 2012 at 1:17 PM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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The CIA has reportedly sought permission from Yemen's president to allow drone strikes even when targets have not been clearly identified as linked to al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.' Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Almost hidden from outsiders, the US is engaged in a new war in the Middle East... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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