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By Hamdi Al-hosami, Sanaa, May 19 : A Hindu temple that dates back over 150 years, a market that sports an Indian name and love for Bollywood reflect the India connect of the Yemeni city of Aden.
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A drone flying over southern Yemen bombed a passenger van on Saturday, killing at least four people and wounding several others, a local official said .
US drones launched the first strike in Yemen in a month, killing four "militants" in an attack on a vehicle carrying explosives in a southern town plagued by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
SANA'A: Yemen's air force has been the target of "sabotage", the country's military aviation chief said in a televised interview, days after a fighter jet crashed in the capital Sana'a. "The air force is the target of systematic sabotage," General Rashed Al Janad told the private channel Al Saida in the interview broadcast late on Friday.
Witnesses in southwestern Virginia say a car has driven into a crowd at a parade.
First lady Michelle Obama has some advice for some Tennessee high school graduates: strike your own path in college and life and work to overcome inevitable failures with determination and grit.
At least four people were killed and a number of others wounded in a drone strike on a vehicle carrying suspected al Qaeda members in southern Yemen, a local official said on Saturday.
The Syrian civil war is reaching a stalemate yet again, but it looks like the al-Qaeda-linked fighters are helping to turn the tide of the war.
When King ran for U.S. senator, almost all of what I heard him queried about involved domestic policy.
The media uproar over the subpoena of AP telephone records continues. The reason for seizing the records that is being put forth is that it was part of an investigation into intelligence leaks about a new explosive device being made by It seems to be a bit more than that.
An Austrian man held hostage for five months in Yemen said he was kept in permanent darkness in a room too small to stand in and was forced to convert to Islam at gunpoint.
Three Red Cross workers and two Egyptian technicians who were abducted by armed men in Yemen's southern province of Abyan have all been released, Yemeni security officials said Thursday.
ADEN: Kidnappers in Yemen have freed three International Committee of the Red Cross employees, including a Swiss and a Kenyan, along with two Egyptian hostages, following tribal mediation, sources said Thursday.