Yemenis gather around a burnt car in a desert area east of Sanaa after it was targeted in a drone strike. AFP PHOTO / STR
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militants in crisis-hit YemenA drone strike killed three suspected Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen Monday after Washington vowed to carry on its campaign against the jihadi group despite the country's ongoing political crisis.U.S. President Barack Obama Sunday insisted Washington would pursue its efforts against Al-Qaeda in Yemen regardless of upheaval that has seen Western-backed President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi tender his resignation.Hadi resigned last week after the Houthis abducted his chief of staff and seized key buildings in Sanaa, including the presidential palace.Yemen's parliament Sunday again postponed a session to consider Hadi's resignation.Hadi tendered his resignation Thursday along with Prime Minister Khalid Bahah, saying he could not stay in office as the country was in "total deadlock".
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