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Yemeni army troops kill at least 40 al-Qaida militants in southern Yemen

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10:42, June 15, 2012

Yemeni government soldiers stand on a tank in Zinjibar, the provincial capital of Yemen's southern province of Abyan. Yemeni army troops backed by pro-government militiamen have killed at least 40 al-Qaida militants in Abyan on Thursday. (Xinhua/Mohammed Mohammed)
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