Sunday, April 24, 2011

Six Soldiers Killed in Al-Bedea and Lahj Provinces

By Fatik Al-Rodaini

Sana'a, Apr 24, 2011- At least four people, including two soldiers were killed in Yemen's southern province of Al-Bedea and several others wounded.

Yemen's Interior Mystery reported that two soldiers were killed and eight others wounded, some of them in critical condition, when suspected Al-Qaeda militants ambushed soldiers belong to republican guards in their way to capture outlaws in Al-Sowdia district.

Tribal sources said that at least four tribesmen and two soldiers were killed during clashes between Al-Qaeda militants and republican guards in Al-Soedia district.

On the other hand, at least four five people, including four soldiers, were killed in Lahj province in clashes took place between soldiers and militants belong to Southern Movement in Laabos district.

Sunday's clashes in Lahj and Al-Bedea provinces brought the number of deaths from Yemen's security forces to 24 in last 34 hours according to informed soures.

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