Religious leaders in Yemen are decrying foreign interference, even as the U.S. becomes more involved than ever in secret military missions there.
The Washington Post reports today that U.S. military teams and intelligence agencies have been deeply involved in joint operations with Yemeni troops for the last six weeks.
Thus far, the combined effort has killed six of the top 15 leaders of the al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen.
Mohamed Vall of Al Jazeera English reports from a conference of Yemeni tribal leaders in Sana’a.
Should the U.S. military help Yemen deal with al-Qaeda, while still fighting against insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq?
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