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Source: Newyork Times
Say'ūn : Yemen | 2 years ago  
A senior Qaeda militant in Yemen linked to the deadly bombing of an American warship there in 2000 was killed in an airstrike on Sunday, the Yemeni government said, in the latest sign...
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