U.S. Airstrike in Yemen Targets Group With Al Qaeda Ties

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    U.S. Yemen Airstrike Targets Group With Al Qaeda Ties

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    High, All those asshole Muslims are tied to the terrorist.
     
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    for the sake of humanity, please grow a functioning brain.
     
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    Dis oughta scare the bejeebers outta ya...
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    Officials: Al Qaeda trying to produce ricin
    August 13, 2011 - Counterterrorism officials in the United States are worried al Qaeda is trying to produce ricin, a deadly poison, to combine with explosives for an attack against the United States, reports the New York Times.
     
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    Yemen on brink of civil war?...
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    40 killed as violence persists in Yemen
    24 Sept.`11 – Fighting raged on Saturday in the Yemeni capital, leaving at least 40 dead as forces loyal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh battled pro-opposition soldiers and moved to clear the protest camp at a Sanaa square that has been the epicenter of the country's uprising.
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    UN calls for end to violence in Yemen
    25 Sep 2011 - The Security Council calls on all parties to "show maximum restraint" after 18 civilians were killed on Saturday.

     
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    Que sera, sera...
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    Yemenis shrug off Saleh's talk of stepping down
    Sun Oct 9, 2011 - Yemeni protesters camped out in Sanaa's central square said on Sunday that President Ali Abdullah Saleh's suggestion that he would step down in the coming days was another promise that they were sure would be broken.
     
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    There's a group in Libya with ties to Al Qaida but we can't bomb them because we're backing them.

    Can someone please explain to me which Al Qaida group I'm supposed to hate? :confused:
     
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    Granny waitin' to see if he keeps his word dis time...
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    UN Envoy: Saleh Agrees to Step Down
    November 22, 2011 - A United Nations envoy to Yemen says negotiators have reached agreement on a plan that calls for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down in a bid to end the country's political crisis.
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    Yemeni Forces Kill 11 During Protests
    November 11, 2011 - Yemeni government forces have killed at least 11 civilians in one of the country's largest cities, a day after a United Nations envoy started a mission to urge President Ali Abdullah Saleh to hand over power.
     
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    Here's hopin' Al-Shaabab doesn't move in and take over...
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    What next for Yemen after Saleh?
    7 December 2011 - Yemen has seen months of protests against President Ali Abdullah Saleh
     
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    Granny says Obama needs to send Seal Team 6 over there an' 'vote him outta office'...
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    Fears rising that Yemen president won't end rule
    Jan. 5, 2012 — Suspicions are mounting in Yemen that outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh is trying to wiggle out of a U.S.-backed deal meant to bring his 33-year, autocratic rule to an end.
     

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