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Yemen FM calls for donor money to fight security threats




2 Australian nationals killed in Yemen in November drone strike

Two Australian citizens believed to have been fighting alongside al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula were killed in the Nov. 19, 2013 US airstrike in Yemen's Hadramout province. Both are considered low-level AQAP fighters.


Aussies killed in US drone strike in Yemen




Suspected AQAP militants kill deputy governor in Baydha




Al Qaeda weapons ship docks in Aden




Attack in Hadramout kills 4 Yemeni soldiers




Yemen identifies 4 slain AQAP militants




Saudi Arabia convicts 18 of involvement in al Qaeda




4 AQAP members arrested in Hodeidah province




AQAP suicide assault team hits Army headquarters in Aden




AQAP announces formation of new armed group




US drone strike hits AQAP training camp in southern Yemen

Three suspected al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters were killed in a strike on a camp that was recently featured in the terror group's propaganda.


Rubaish responds to Saudi Arabia's terrorism designations




AQAP welcomes Sana'a prison fugitives

The latest al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula video documents the welcoming reception organized by AQAP for its members who escaped the Sana'a central prison in February.


Yemeni military kills 2 AQAP members in the south




AQAP guns down 20 Yemeni soldiers in the east




AQAP releases first installment of 'Journey of Jihad' video series

The media wing of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula released the first installment of "Journey of Jihad" documenting Sa'id al Shihri's life.


New AQAP video documents riots at Sana'a Political Security Prison




Suicide attack at Yemeni military intelligence HQ




Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula releases 12th issue of Inspire magazine

AQAP's latest edition of Inspire magazine purports to show jihadists how to make car bombs similar to the one used by Faisal Shahzad, who was responsible for the failed May 2010 bombing in Times Square.
 
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