Yemenis gather around a burnt car after it was targeted by a drone strike killing three suspected Al-Qaeda militants on January 26, 2015 between the Marib and Chabwa provinces, a desert area east of Sanaa. AFP PHOTO / STR
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A drone strike killed at least four Al-Qaeda suspects in Yemen Monday, tribal sources said, the third attack in a week after Washington vowed to pursue its anti-jihadi campaign there.This was the third such strike since U.S. President Barack Obama on January 25 vowed no let-up in Washington's campaign against jihadis in Yemen.According to the New America Foundation, the United States has carried out more than 110 strikes on targets in Yemen since 2009, mostly using drones.
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