Al Qaeda kills 11 in alleged Yemen rescue raid

      Eleven people, including three female cleaners, a boy and seven military personnel have been killed in a suspected al Qaeda operation to free detained militants in Yemen. A Sky News report said the terrorists stormed the main gate of the Yemeni intelligence headquarters in Aden with guns and grenades at around 4 a.m. Saturday. Twelve others were injured in the incident. The state news agency SABA quoted witnesses as saying that the attackers "were seen leaving the building in a bus, taking people who had been detained there with them", in what appeared to be a co-ordinated and well-planned operation. There were no casualties among the gang, the witnesses added.

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