Al-Qaida kills 2 alleged spies after Yemen leader killed

DAILY SABAH
ISTANBUL
Published 18.06.2015 22:14

Al-Qaida militants in Yemen killed two men accused of spying for the U.S. and hung their bodies off a bridge on Wednesday, a day after the militant group announced the death of its leader in an American drone strike. Witnesses said al-Qaida gunmen in the southern city of Mukalla read out charges before shooting the two men, one of whom was accused of guiding the drone that killed commander Nasr al-Ansi and a media liaison known as Muhannad Ghalab in April.

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