Al-Qaida fighters clashed Thursday with members of one of Yemen’s largest infantry brigades outside Mukalla.
The turmoil comes as Yemen battles al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, the target of the drone program.
The UNSC has adopted a resolution aimed at cracking down on the financing of terrorist groups.
Since the 2001 attacks in the United States, al-Qaida has developed a number of affiliates, including IS.
Yemeni military officials say al-Qaida militants have seized control of an important army base in the south following clashes with soldiers.
Sen. Tom Cotton expressed his opposition to closing the facility, saying the detainees could “rot in GITMO.”
Taliban detainees who are being monitored in Qatar before their release in exchange of US Sergeant’s release have been reported to have Haqqani people for visitors.
Saudi King Abdullah, who died at the age of 90, began battling al-Qaida militants around a decade ago.
President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi “cannot leave his house” after Houthi rebels removed his guards.
Yemeni journalist and researcher Mohammed al-Kibsi said he first met Said Kouachi in the capital, Sanaa.
In the video, Coulibaly pledges allegiance to the Islamic State group.
The Kouachi brothers emerged as the subject of a huge manhunt after the precision attack Wednesday.
Lazarevic’s liberation revived debate over whether to negotiate with hostage-takers.
On Tuesday that the strike hit the town of Harem in Syria’s Idlib province overnight.
Tuesday’s additions include people affiliated with the extremist group ISIS.