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"Gunmen" kidnapped a Finnish couple and an Austrian in Tahrir Square in the capital of Sana'a. The foreigners were in Sana'a to study Arabic. No group has claimed credit for the kidnapping.
Militants in Shabwa bombed a liquid natural gas pipeline that feeds the Balhaf terminal. A military court sentenced 93 soldiers from three to seven years in prison for participating in the Aug. 24 attack on the Defense Ministry building.
The military killed six al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters in air and artillery strikes in Abyan and Marib. Counterterrorism forces captured four AQAP fighters involved in assassinations.
Three al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters and a pro-government tribesman were killed during a clash in Marib province. A counterterrorism officer escaped an assassination attempt in Sana'a on Monday.
Seventeen Yemeni soldiers, including the chief of staff for Yemen's central military region, were killed in last week's ambush in Marib province by al Qaeda. A senior Yemeni general claimed that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has only 700 to 800 fighters in the country.
The Yemeni Air Force killed four al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula members, including Said bin Muaily, a senior commander, in an airstrike in Marib province. "Gunmen" killed a prison guard in an ambush in Sana'a.
Suspected al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters killed a senior officer and seven soldiers in an ambush in the Wadi Abeeda area of Marib province. The commander of the Special Forces in Hodeida province dodged an assassination attempt.
Prison guards foiled an escape by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula prisoners. Twenty-five AQAP leaders and fighters were discovered while tunneling under a prison in Aden.
The military captured Suleiman Hassan Muhammad Morshid Awadh, who was described as a "dangerous" al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula commander, during a raid in Zinjibar. Security forces offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to the capture of the murderer of a Saudi officer.
"Gunmen" killed a Saudi Army officer and a Yemeni security guard after opening fire on their car in Sana'a. The gunmen were wearing uniforms belonging to the Central Security Forces.