A view of the old quarter of the war-torn northwestern city of Saada, Yemen September 3, 2017. (REUTERS/Naif Rahma)
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Three suspected al-Qaeda militants were killed in a drone strike in southern Yemen late on Thursday, a local security official and residents said.The Saudi Arabian-led coalition supporting Hadi has also launched thousands of air strikes against the Houthis which control Yemen's capital and much of the country's north.The coalition spokesman said Thursday that a Saudi Arabian pilot had died a day earlier when his plane crashed in the southern province of Abyan due to "technical failure", the Saudi Arabian news agency SPA said.
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