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Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula killed a senior intelligence official and his son in an attack in Aden. Four more people were killed in a bombing at a market in Al Baydah.




An al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula suicide bomber killed two soldiers and wounded six more in an attack in Shibam. Security forces detained six "wanted terrorists" in Taiz.




President Hadi defended the US's use of drones in Yemen, and requested the US transfer technology to the country to pursue al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. The United Kingdom and Germany have reopened their embassies after being shuttered for two weeks due to a threat from al Qaeda.




Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula killed Aden's intelligence chief and his son in an ambush. The government apologized to Yemenis for military actions that in the past targeted southern separatists.




A Yemeni newspaper reported that Ibrahim al Asiri, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's master bombmaker, may have been wounded in the Aug. 10 drone strike in Lahj. Yemen's spokesman in Washington denied al Asiri was wounded or killed.




US drones killed two al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters in a strike in Lahj. AQAP fighters killed five soldiers in an attack at a checkpoint outside of the Balhaf liquefied natural gas export terminal in Hadramout province.




US drones killed six al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula operatives and two civilians in a pair of strikes in Hadramout province. Yemeni officials are denying that AQAP plotted to take over the city of Mukallah and two petroleum export facilities.




US drones struck for the fifth time in 11 days, killing seven al Qaeda operatives in a strike in Shabwa province. The government said it foiled an al Qaeda plot to take control of the provincial capital of Mukallah and seize the Balhaf and Al Dabbah gas and oil export facilities.




The government released a list of 25 most-wanted terrorists, including Ibrahim Sulaiman Mohammed al Rubaish, a key leader in al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and former Guantanamo detainee. The government offered a $23,000 reward for information leading to the capture of any of the wanted men, who are believed to be planning terrorist attacks in the capital and in a number of governorates against foreign offices and organizations as well as Yemeni installations.




The US issued the order to close 22 diplomatic facilities across the Muslim world after receiving intelligence in Yemen of a plot by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. France, Britain, and Germany will also close their embassies on Aug. 4. One person was killed after former Republican Guards troops clashed with Presidential Guards soldiers in Sana'a.




US drones killed five al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters in a strike at a training camp in the Qatan Valley in Hadramout province. President Hadi is in the US to discuss security issues with Defense Secretary Hagel.




The US killed a Saudi and two Yemeni al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula operatives in a drone strike in Shabwa province. A Saudi diplomat claimed that Iran is smuggling weapons to Shia Houthi rebels via the neighboring country of Oman.




The US killed six al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters in a strike that targeted a vehicle as it traveled in the Al Mahfad area in Abyan province. The strike is the first in seven weeks. An intelligence report from the United Kingdom described AQAP as al Qaeda's "most innovative" affiliate.




Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters gunned down a former senior government official in Abyan. Three men were detained by Yemeni border guards after wounding a Saudi soldier while attempting to cross into Saudi Arabia.




Tribesmen kidnapped two Yemeni soldiers as they were traveling to their base in Daleh, and bombed the main oil pipeline in Marib. The US is unhappy that the Yemeni government pardoned a journalist who has been linked to al Qaeda.




"Gunmen" kidnapped an Iranian diplomat as he was driving his car in the capital of Sana'a. Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters gunned down a member of the Popular Resistance Committees in Mudia in Abyan province.




Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula executed a man in Lahj who is accused of being a homosexual. Two Dutch hostages appeared on a video and warned they would be executed in 10 days if the kidnapper's demands are not met.




Three soldiers were killed in an IED attack in the capital of Sana'a. The government said that a reporter was arrested for threatening the prime minister, and accused him of being tied to al Qaeda.




A suicide bomber killed two people in a blast at a market int he northern city of Saada. The US military is rumored to have deployed 1,700 troops to Yemen, including Marines to protect the embassy in Sana'a.




Tribesmen killed a Yemeni soldier and bombed an oil export pipeline in the Sarwah region near Sana'a. Security forces captured a Yemeni and a Saudi al Qaeda fighter in Sheikh Othman in Aden province.