Pro-government army soldiers stand at the strategic Fardhat Nahm military camp, around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 11, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
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Gen. Fadl Hasan, who heads the military in an area that includes the strategic Al-Anad military base, once the site of U.S. intelligence operations against Al-Qaeda's Yemeni affiliate.Elsewhere, Yemeni pro-government forces backed by Arab coalition airstrikes seized control of a military camp 60 kilometers from Sanaa, local officials and residents said, as troops advance toward the capital held by Houthi rebels.The forces seized the Fardhat Nahm camp outside Sanaa in battles with the rebels that left a number of people dead and wounded, local officials and residents said, without giving precise figures.
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