A Yemeni man sits amid the rubble of a sewing workshop after it was hit by a Saudi-led coalition air strike, in the capital Sanaa, on February 14, 2016. / AFP / MOHAMMED HUWAIS
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The governor and police chief of Yemen's main southern city Aden escaped unharmed Tuesday after an attack by al-Qaeda gunmen that left three assailants dead, an aide said.Aden's governor Aidarus al-Zubaidi and its police chief General Shallal Ali Shayae were travelling in a convoy in Aden's central Mansura district when they came under fire, said Zubaidi's aide, Mansur Zaid.Zubaidi and Shayae survived a car bombing that targeted their convoy in Aden on Jan. 5 and killed two of their guards.
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