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Yemen Al Qaeda leader died
14:36 07.05.2012
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Al Qaeda’s leader, Ahmed Al – Haniq died as a result of air attack. Ahmed wanted to join the terrorist event, due to which American and British embassies were closed in the country in 2010.  

His death is confirmed by “Al-Qaeda” and the Yemeni Embassy in the United States. One other person died as a result of the clash, whose name is yet unknown.

Also, the information was spread, that 20 soldiers died during the clash.

Yemen’s official military representatives said to informational agency “Francpress”, that the clashes took place in the province of the capital – Abiani. 

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