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WARNING: Graphic Content. America says its fight against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is the most important front in its war on terror, requiring air strikes and the use of local counter-insurgency forces in Yemen and elsewhere. But will that strategy backfire thanks to widespread civilian deaths and unreliable local allies? This film reveals the full scale of Washington's covert war in Yemen and asks: Is the US creating more enemies than it can capture or kill? From the Al Jazeera English series People & Power.
Amnesty International | Dec 4
The 14-month conflict between government forces and Al Qaeda-linked militants in southern Yemen was a huge but largely overlooked human rights cata...