Feb 20, 2016

Another town in southern Yemen reportedly falls to AQAP | The Long War Journal

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's (AQAP) fighters reportedly seized the southern Yemeni town of Ahwar earlier today. A Twitter feed maintained by AQAP's political and military front, Ansar al Sharia, posted a short message saying that the jihadists have stormed Ahwar and sent their opposition fleeing. The town is located in the Abyan province, where AQAP's forces have surged in recent months...

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