Two US drone strikes have neutralized four terrorists in the province of Bayda in Yemen’s southwest.
Yemeni security sources, who were speaking on condition of anonymity, said the first drone strike hit a vehicle carrying three people, purported to be al-Qaeda suspects, in Sawma’ah district in the province on Saturday, PressTV reported.
A day earlier, another drone attack had purportedly killed a local military instructor for the terrorist group in the same province. Among the fatal, ties of the Saturday attack was Abu Anis al-Abi, identified as an area field commander, the report continued.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, considered the strongest of the Al-Qaeda franchises, has taken vast swathes of southern and southeastern parts of Yemen because of the chaos ensuing the war torn country.