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WikiLeaks cables: Yemen offered US free rein for secret attacks on al-Qaida

Say'ūn : Yemen | Dec 03, 2010 at 1:45 PM PST
Source: The Observer
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Yemen offered US 'open door' to attack al-Qaida on its soil Dispatches reveal president's secret deal to let US launch missile attacks on Aqap, but claim it as Yemen's own work Workers at Yemen's Sana'a International airport, where the US fears poor security will not be able to stop al-Qaida using it... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
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