August 7, 2013
What It’s Like to Be an American Who’s Still in Yemen

Two of the remaining American journalists in the country say the mood seems relatively normal, although frustration over U.S. aircraft is growing.
Read more. [Image: Khaled Abdullah Ali Al Mahdi/Reuters]

What It’s Like to Be an American Who’s Still in Yemen

Two of the remaining American journalists in the country say the mood seems relatively normal, although frustration over U.S. aircraft is growing.

Read more. [Image: Khaled Abdullah Ali Al Mahdi/Reuters]

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Filed under: Yemen Sanaa Drones 
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