US confirms killing of al-Qaida Arabian Peninsula leader
08 February 2020 | 2:24 pm
US President Donald Trump confirms that the US has killed the al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula leader, Qassem al-Rimi, in a counter-terrorism operation in Yemen. Officials in Yemen have not confirmed the killing.
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