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Luke Somers and South African Pierre Korkie

American, South African hostages die in U.S. rescue bid in Yemen

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U.S. special forces stormed a walled compound in a remote Yemeni village early on Saturday in an attempt to free

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Yemen’s President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi speaks as he holds an agreement signed between the government and Houthi rebels, in Sanaa

Yemen’s President Hadi sacked from party leadership

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Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi was ousted as leader of his own political party, the group said on Saturday, weakening

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Iran is “damaging Yemen”, says security chief

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Yemen’s national security chief Ali Hassan al-Ahmedi accused Iran on Saturday of “damaging Yemen” as the interior ministry said it

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UN investigating Iran link to Yemen arms seizure

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UN sanctions experts are investigating the Yemeni government’s claims that Iran supplied rockets and explosives seized from a ship last

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The collateral damage of Syria’s explosion

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While Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain and Tunisia implode, writes Thomas L. Friedman, Syria will explode if a political resolution is not found quickly, sending the entire region into chaos

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2 Malaysian ‘terrorist suspects’ arrested in Lebanon

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Two Malaysian terrorist suspects with alleged links to the al-Qaeda network were arrested in Lebanon, an official at the Ministry

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Hezbollah chief issues a fatwa against anti-Islam film makers

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The leader of Lebanon’s militant Islamist political party Hezbollah has issued a proclamation calling for the death of the producers

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Libyan president “determined” to catch attackers

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Libya’s president expressed confidence Friday that authorities would capture “sooner or later” the people behind this week’s attack that killed

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One killed in Lebanon protest over anti-Islam film

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One demonstrator was killed and two others were wounded in clashes with security forces in the northern Lebanese city of

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Yemen kills deputy regional head of al Qaeda, report

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Yemeni armed forces have killed Said al-Shehri, a man seen as the second-in-command of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

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