Trump ordered the assassination of Al Qaeda leader in Yemen

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Over the past month, US forces, under Donald Trump’s command, have killed Al Qaeda’s leader in Yemen.

The New York Times reports that Qassim Al-Rimi was killed in the aftermath of the attack, but authorities have waited a while until official confirmation is made.

The attack was made because it threatened to launch attacks on the United States and posed a potential danger at any time.

The attack, which took place by drone, was made after an informant announced the whereabouts of his whereabouts and was carried out after being tracked for a long time.

Local media in Yemen have reported that two members of the army were killed in an air attack without disclosing their identities.

The US State Department had offered ten million dollars in ransom for what would be appropriate information to help capture Al-Rimi.


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