From: "Pedro Martori"
Subject: <>Re: El Quien Se La Hace Al Tio Sam - La Paga-la CIA l
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Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 22:22:38 -0500
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"Observador" escribi=F3 en el mensaje =
> CIA Killed Al Qaeda Suspects in Yemen, Official Says
> 44 minutes ago
> By Charles Aldinger
> WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A missile fired by an unmanned CIA (news - web
> sites) drone aircraft hit a car believed to be carrying suspected al =
> members in Yemen Sunday and killed several occupants, a U.S. official =
> The official, who asked not to be identified, told
> Reuters the American military was not involved in
> the attack, which reports from the capital Sanaa
> said killed six alleged al Qaeda members. They
> included Qaed Senyan al-Harthi, a key suspect in
> a bombing attack on the U.S. warship Cole in
> Aden two years ago, according to Yemen's news
> "As I understand it, it was an agency drone" that conducted the =
> strike in the oil-producing Marib province east of the capital Sanaa, =
> U.S. official, who did not provide any details.
> The CIA previously has used remote-controlled "Predator" drones to =
> missiles at suspected al Qaeda and Taliban fighters in Afghanistan =
> web sites).
> The Defense Department and CIA refused to comment on the incident, but
> Yemen's news agency reported in Sanaa that a car explosion had killed =
> members of al Qaeda. The radical Muslim group led by fugitive Osama =
> Laden (news - web sites) is blamed by Washington for the devastating
> attacks on America in September of last year. In Bentonville, =
> President Bush (news - web sites) did not comment directly on the =
> incident, but reiterated Monday that he was determined to break up al
> "The only way to treat them is (for) what they are -- international =
> the only way to find them is to be patient, and steadfast, and hunt =
> down. And the United States of America is doing just that," Bush said.
> "We're in it for the long haul."
> SIX TRAVELING IN AUTOMOBILE
> Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, at a Pentagon (news - web sites)
> briefing on Monday, praised the anti-terrorism cooperation between
> Washington and Yemen. Elite U.S. military trainers were sent there =
> to advise Yemeni troops on striking al Qaeda guerrillas believed =
> remote parts of the country.
> An Interior Ministry official told Yemen's Saba news agency that arms,
> traces of explosives and communications equipment were found in the =
> which the six suspected al Qaeda members were traveling.
> He said one of the dead men was believed to be al-Harthi, also known =
> Abu Ali, one of two key suspects hunted by security forces since the =
> 11, 2001, attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon in
> Washington that killed about 3,000 people.
> Al-Harthi was the senior al Qaeda representative in Yemen and among =
> top dozen al Qaeda leaders worldwide, a U.S. official said. A former =
> Laden bodyguard, he was "known to be involved in planning terrorist =
> in and around Yemen," the official said.
> Al-Harthi is suspected of involvement in the 2000 suicide bombing on =
> U.S. destroyer Cole in Yemen's Aden harbor that killed 17 U.S. =
> Washington also blames that attack on the Saudi-born bin Laden, whose
> ancestral home is in Yemen.
> U.S. officials believe al-Harthi may have also been involved in the =
> French tanker explosion off the coast of Yemen.
> The U.S. military has 800 or more Marines and elite Special Operations
> troops and, according to published reports, some CIA paramilitary =
> in the Horn of Africa. Most of the troops are at a French military =