A police trooper mans a machine gun mounted on a patrol vehicle in Sanaa May 14, 2014. (REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah)
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Yemen is in open war against al Qaeda and will go after the militants wherever they are, the president said on Thursday, as his country faces retaliatory attacks by insurgents bent on establishing an Islamist emirate in the Arabian peninsula state.In his first remarks since the army launched an offensive to dislodge al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula from its southern strongholds more than two weeks ago, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi said his troops would go after the insurgents in southern, central and northern provinces.After a wave of attacks against government officials, security forces and foreigners, Yemen launched its most concerted campaign in nearly two years against AQAP.
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