December 24, 2013

Is al-Qaeda Outdoing the U.S. on Truth Telling?

Peter Bergen, CNN

The Associated Press

In a video message released on Sunday, a leader of al Qaeda in Yemen apologized for an attack on a hospital in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa earlier this month in which civilians were killed.

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TAGGED: Middle East, United States, Yemen, Al-Qaeda

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