U.S. says it killed eight al Qaeda-affiliated militants in Yemen | Reuters

WASHINGTON The U.S. military killed eight al Qaeda-affiliated militants in two strikes in Yemen this month, U.S

Reuters October 22, 2016 02:01:57 IST
U.S. says it killed eight al Qaeda-affiliated militants in Yemen
| Reuters

US says it killed eight al Qaedaaffiliated militants in Yemen
 Reuters

WASHINGTON The U.S. military killed eight al Qaeda-affiliated militants in two strikes in Yemen this month, U.S. Central Command said in a statement on Friday.Two militants associated with al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) were killed in a strike on Oct. 6 in a remote area of the Shabwa Governorate and six AQAP militants were killed in a strike on Oct. 18, also in Shabwa, Centcom said.The statement did not say how the strikes were carried out.

(Reporting by Eric Beech; Editing by Mohammad Zargham)

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