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Twenty-four people are reported to have been killed during clashes between Salafists and Yemeni troops on one side, and Shia Houthi rebels on the other. The fighting took place in Hizm, the provincial capital of Jawf.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula gunned down a general in intelligence in Mukallah, the capital of Hadramout. The UN Security Council approved sanctions against those who prevent the political transition in Yemen; no one has been named to the list, however.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula gunned down a colonel in military intelligence in the town of Ataq in Shabwa province. "Gunmen" kidnapped a female Czech doctor in Sana'a, but then released her shortly afterward.
A terror warning for international flights was issued by the Department of Homeland Security due to intercepted communications from Ibrahim al Asiri, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's master bomb maker. The UN is considering targeted sanctions against former president Saleh and his deputy for disrupting Yemen's political process.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is thought to have gunned down a Salafist cleric in Hadramout who has been critical of the terror group. Human Rights Watch released a report stating that a drone strike in Rada'a in December 2013 targeted a wedding party and all 12 people killed were likely civilians.
Security forces recaptured Mohammed Ali al Awami, one of 29 prisoners, including 19 al Qaeda operatives, who were freed during last week's prison break. AQAP launched a complex suicide assault on the central prison in Sana'a to to free the inmates.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula assaulted the central prison in Sana'a in a complex attack, killing seven guards and freeing 29 prisoners, including 19 AQAP fighters. Some of the AQAP fighters who have been freed were on death row. A British teacher was kidnapped in Sana'a.
The government transferred 29 wanted al Qaeda operatives to Saudi Arabia; all 29 operatives are said to be Saudi citizens. A presidential committee recommended that Yemen become a federal state with six autonomous regions.
A senior intelligence officer was killed in a bombing outside of the Oil Ministry in Sana'a; one report indicated that three people were killed. Houthi rebels and tribesmen in Arhab signed yet another peace agreement.
Four Yemeni soldiers were killed and seven more were wounded after gunmen attacked a checkpoint outside of the vital Balhaf liquified natural gas facility in Shabwa province. A special forces commander was gunned down in Aden.
Three bombings near the Ministry of Defense, the central bank, and a home of former President Salih were reported. Gunfire was heard after the blasts. A German citizen was kidnapped and taken to Marib province.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters killed 15 soldiers in an ambush in the town of Shibam in Hadramout province. AQAP fighters also killed two policemen in an attack on a patrol in Al Baydah.
Thirty-eight people were killed during clashes between Houthi rebels and pro-government tribes in Arhab and Omran provinces in northern Yemen. Two soldiers and two members of the southern separatist movement were killed during fighting in Daleh.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters gunned down a senior security officer outside of his home in Hadramout. A Yemeni official claimed that an Iranian diplomat who was kidnapped in Sana'a in July 2013 was found beheaded in Marib; Iranian officials denied the report.