A picture taken on May 3, 2016 shows a general view of a banner, hung by Al-Qaeda militants announcing Islamists' orders of streets in the Yemeni port of Mukalla, in the Hadramawt province, 480 km (300 mi) east of Aden. / AFP / STRINGER
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Two U.S. drone strikes killed at least four suspected Al-Qaeda members in southern Yemen Thursday, security officials said, barely a month after a controversial U.S. commando raid against the extremists.As many as 16 civilians -- eight women and eight children -- were also killed, a Yemeni provincial official said, drawing condemnation of the raid from human rights groups.Successive U.S. administrations have carried out a drone war against Al-Qaeda in Yemen since soon after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
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