Yemen says army killed 500 al Qaeda militants since April

Yemen says army killed 500 al Qaeda militants since April

PanARMENIAN.Net - Yemen's army said on Thursday 500 al Qaeda militants had been killed since the military launched an offensive against the group in April, according to Reuters.

A total of 40 soldiers were also killed as a result of the military campaign against the group, Colonel Saeed al-Faquih, spokesman for the Yemeni army, told at a news conference.

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"It will be broken and defeated, just as all your previous campaigns were broken and defeated," Abu Muhammad al-Adnani said.
The team said they had also been barred from completing work at some sites to which they had been initially admitted.
"The terrorist organization Islamic State is a threat to public safety in Germany as well," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere.
Until recently, India had largely seen itself as beyond the recruiting territory of international jihadists like al Qaeda.
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