Yemeni boys looking at a vehicle destroyed during a police raid on an Al-Qaeda militants' hideout in the Arhab region, north of Sanaa, Yemen May 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammad)
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Al-Qaeda militants have executed three men they accuse of planting electronic chips in the network's vehicles to help US drones target them, a security official said Monday.Scores of Al-Qaeda suspects, including some of the network's leaders, have been killed in drone strikes in Yemen. In April, a US and Yemeni aerial campaign in Yemen killed at least 68 Al-Qaeda militants.Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been linked to a number of failed terror plots against the United States.
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