The strike comes after an American drone attack on Saturday killed two other presumed Al-Qaeda members in their vehicle in Marib province, east of the capital Sanaa.
The police named 17 accused in the chargesheet, involved in establishing al Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent, out of which 12 are missing.
In a 14 minute unverified audio recording, Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri, the successor of Osama bin Laden pledged allegiance with Taliban again.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Al-Nusra downed the plane, which it said was likely being flown by a Syrian air force pilot.
Troops and militia retook the central prison and deployed on main roads across the Mansura residential district after a three-hour gunbattle with the jihadists, the sources said.
The Nusra Front has thousands of battle-hardened, mostly Syrian fighters, and controls wide areas in Idlib and other areas around Syria.
Six shooters targeted hotels on a beach at Grand Bassam, a weekend retreat popular with westerners about 40 km east of the commercial capital Abidjan, before being killed in clashes with Ivorian security forces.
At least 17 suspected al-Qaeda members and two policemen have been killed in two days of clashes in Aden.
Pakistan began its operation to clear Taliban and Al-Qaeda strongholds in North Waziristan in 2014, and claims to have killed more than 3,750 militants since then.
Al Qaeda’s south Asia chief is Maulana Aasim Umar who has a message for Muslims in India
In December last year, Delhi Police had arrested Zafar Masood and Mohammed Asif of Sambhal for allegedly being part of Al Qaeda’s Indian sub-continent (AQIS) module
The court has sent him to police custody till February 1.
New Delhi needs to initiate a national audit of police and intelligence preparedness, based on global best-practices.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor confirmed the abduction of Abdallah and Fares.
Fifty-year-old Qasmi has in the past emerged on the fringes of two terrorism investigations. He was booked in 2012 in Bengaluru for making and selling recordings of speeches that incited communal hatred.