Today, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said there were global implications of al-Qaeda’s efforts to use Yemen as a base for terrorist attacks far beyond the Middle East.
This latest warning came as Yemeni officials said security forces killed two al-Qaeda fighters in a gun battle.
And ten days after the attempted bombing of a U.S. jetliner by a suspect who received his training and explosives in Yemen, passengers from Yemen and 13 other countries now face additional aiport security screening.
For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Juan Carlos Zarate, senior adviser with the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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And Omar Al Saleh reports for Al Jazeera English on the Arabic-language school where the alleged plane bomber studied during his time in Yemen.
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