PressTV & MSNBC & Sources – 2010-11-08 23:46:31
US Kills 63 Civilians, 28 Children in Yemen Airstrikes Video
US Kill 63 Civilians,
28 Children in Yemen Airstrikes
(January 3. 2010) — Saudi and US Forces have been carrying out strikes on Yemeni suspected Al-Qaeda positions, which have killed many people over the last 6 months of conflict. This is a conflict rarely mentioned on news networks.
Full Video of Alleged Air Strike Aftermath in Yemen
Rebels in Northwest Yemen are accusing the United States of killing at least 120 people and wounding 44 in air strikes. Yemen and Saudi Arabia have been conducting an offensive against the Shia tribesmen for almost two months.
US Yemen Attack? Rebel Video ‘Shows’ 120 Killed in Strikes
Rebels in Northwest Yemen are accusing the United States of killing at least 120 people and wounding 44 in airstrikes. They posted videos on the internet allegedly showing the aftermath of the attack. The rebels’ website claims US fighter jets hit populated areas such as markets and refugee camps.
Houthis Being Slaughtered in Yemen by US and Saudi Air Forces
Yemen’s southern provinces have recently been the scene of US airstrikes which Washington claims to be aimed at uprooting an al-Qaeda cell operative in the Persian Gulf state. But the residents of the area dismiss the claims that al-Qaeda members are being targeted in the US attacks, while a Yemeni lawmaker has also called for an investigation into the raids….
Although the killings aren’t being shown on America’s TV, the US and Saudi air forces are decimating people in Yemen. President Obama has received the Nobel Peace Prize but another front has begun with US direct involvement with killing civilians and this time it is in Yemen. Should we be concerned about this? Should we be asking questions about it? Perhaps we’re too caught up in the choreographed distractions that so often are used in America.
Saudi and US Forces have been carrying out strikes on Yemeni suspected Al-Qaeda positions, which have killed many people over the last 6 months of conflict. This is a conflict rarely mentioned on news networks. Watch Press TV for more on US and Saudi strikes on Yemen.
US Quietly Takes Terror War to Yemen
WASHINGTON — In the midst of two unfinished major wars, the United States has quietly opened a third, largely covert front against Al Qaeda in Yemen.
A year ago, the Central Intelligence Agency sent many field operatives with counterterrorism experience to the country, according a former top agency official. At the same time, some of the most secretive Special Operations commandos have begun training Yemeni security forces in counterterrorism tactics, senior military officers said.
The Pentagon is spending more than $70 million over the next 18 months, and using teams of Special Forces, to train and equip Yemeni military, Interior Ministry and coast guard forces, more than doubling previous military aid levels.
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