Smoke billows from a military truck set on fire during an attack by gunmen on a military post in al-Shihr city of the southeastern Yemeni province of Hadramout January 12, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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Yemeni gunmen killed at least six soldiers in stepped up attacks on army installations in the southeastern Hadramout province, a local official and residents said on Sunday, after tribesmen warned Norway's DNO to stop operations in the area.A local government official in al-Shihr said tribesmen tried to overrun an army camp on the outskirts of the Arabian Sea city on Sunday, killing four soldiers.The local official said two soldiers were killed and one was injured in the attack. Local tribesmen confirmed the attack but said three soldiers died and six were injured.
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