Yemenis carry what locals said is a piece of debris from an Emirati fighter jet, that crashed at dawn on March 14, 2016, in the southern port city of Aden. AFP / SALEH AL-OBEIDI
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Two pilots died when a United Arab Emirates Mirage plane crashed in Yemen Monday due to a technical fault while conducting military operations for the Arab-led alliance, the coalition said in a statement carried by Saudi state media.The government of President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi, backed by the coalition, has embarked on a campaign against Islamist militants based in northern Aden whom it accuses of being behind armed attacks and suicide bombings that have killed scores of people since last year.Yemeni forces later entered a block where the militants had been holed up without resistance and seized the local council building which had been controlled by the fighters.
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