New Iranian Missiles Pose Threat to U.S. Aircraft in Yemen, Pentagon Says
The U.S. Navy discovered a new type of antiaircraft missile after seizing two shipments in the Arabian Sea.
Una imagen vale m√°s que mil l√°grimas
Las fotograf√≠as de ni√Īos que sufren tiene el poder de ablandar la opini√≥n que tenemos sobre ‚Äúel otro‚ÄĚ. ¬ŅSeguir√° sucediendo en una era polarizada?
When a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Tears
Photos of suffering children have the power to soften sentiment toward the ‚Äúother.‚ÄĚ Can that still happen in a polarized age?
Sudan Says It Agrees to Compensate Families of U.S.S. Cole Bombing
The bombing of the Navy destroyer in Yemen in 2000 killed 17 sailors. Al Qaeda claimed responsibility, and Sudan was accused of having aided the terrorist group.
Killing of Terrorist Leader in Yemen Is Latest Blow to Qaeda Affiliate
The death of Qassim al-Rimi is part of a string of setbacks that have damaged the group‚Äôs ability to carry out operations against the West.
White House Confirms Killing of Terrorist Leader in Yemen
The statement came about a week after initial reports that the United States believed it had killed Qassim al-Rimi, the Qaeda leader in Yemen.
Mercy Flight Leaves Yemen Capital, Cracking a 3-Year Blockade
A United Nations plane took seven seriously ill Yemenis to Jordan on Monday, the culmination of 18 months of fraught negotiations with Saudi Arabia.
Al Qaeda Claims It Directed Florida Naval Base Shooting
In an audiotape message, Al Qaeda‚Äôs leader in Yemen claimed responsibility for the December attack that killed three U.S. sailors. The militant himself was most likely killed in a drone strike after he made the tape.
U.S. Strikes at Leader of Qaeda in Yemen
American officials believe they may have killed the terrorist leader, Qassim al-Rimi, but have not confirmed his death.
Toll in Attack on Yemen Military Base Rises to at Least 76
A top U.N. official warned that the rebel assault on government forces could set back peace efforts.
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