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The first recorded assassination by a drone took place in Yemen when al-Qaeda operative Abu Ali al-Harithi was killed by a hellfire missile launched from a Predator drone on November 3, 2002. Since then, the U.S. government has continued to deploy and use a range of drones to hunt and kill those who ...
They used a CIA-operated Predator drone that killed Abu Ali al-Harithi, an alleged al Qaeda member tied to the USS Cole attack. That drone strike also killed a U.S. citizen, by the way. Ali Abdullah Saleh talked a good game about working with the U.S., but in reality, he did very little to help the U.S. with its ...

The first strike targeted the then leader of the Yemeni branch of the terrorist group Abu Ali al Harithi. In 2007 the Yemeni and the Saudi branches of the group united into one organization, which has since been the focus of US operations in Yemen. Yemenis look at a building damaged during a police raid ...
The first American to die in a drone strike, while George W. Bush was still president, was Kamal Derwish, of Lackawanna, New York, who was traveling with Abu Ali al-Harithi, organizer of the 2000 attack on the USS Cole, when a CIA missile struck their vehicle on November 5, 2002, in Yemen. The CIA ...
Al'Abab is also the fourth-most important AQAP leader killed in a US drone strike after Abu Ali al Harithi, Anwar al-Awlaki, and Fahd al Quso, according to al Jamal. As AQAP's sharia official, al'Abab provided religious justification for AQAP's operations, including suicide attacks. Additionally, al'Abab helped ...
After a year-long manhunt and several missed opportunities by Yemeni soldiers, on November 3, 2002, a fusion of human intelligence assets and signals intercepts pinpointed Abu Ali al-Harithi—an operational planner in the al-Qaeda cell that bombed the USS Cole in 2002—and his bodyguards living in ...

But in the years after September 11, many of the high-ranking Saudi members were arrested, and a US drone strike in 2002 killed the leader of the Yemeni branch, Abu Ali al-Harithi. Both groups seemed largely defeated by the end of 2003. But al-Qaeda in Yemen was unexpectedly revived, after ... Arabian
A recent US airstrike in southern Yemen has killed several al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula leaders and operatives, according to reports from the region. “American jets killed Abu Ali al Harithi, a mid-level Qaeda operative, and several other militant suspects in a strike in southern Yemen,” on June 3, ... Arabian
Yemeni troops that had been battling militants linked to Al Qaeda in the south have been pulled back to the capital, and American officials see the strikes as one of the few options to keep the militants from consolidating power. On Friday, American jets killed Abu Ali al-Harithi, a midlevel Qaeda operative, ... war Yemen
In 2002 US intelligence operatives discovered that the man they had fingered as one of the masterminds of the Cole attack, Abu Ali al-Harithi, was in the country. US officials had dubbed him "the godfather of terror in Yemen." On November 3 the JSOC signals intelligence team in Yemen located Harithi in ...
Like The Atlantic? Subscribe to The Atlantic Daily, our free weekday email newsletter. Inside the National Security Agency's massive headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland—a complex so large that the U.S. Capitol Building could easily fit inside it several times over—analysts wearing earphones sit twisting dials and ...
The first strike targeted the then leader of the Yemeni branch of the terrorist group Abu Ali al Harithi. In 2007 the Yemeni and the Saudi branches of the group united into one organization, which has since been the focus of US operations in Yemen. Yemenis look at a building damaged during a police raid ...
In what may be music to the ears of former White House Chief Strategist Bannon, former Hillary Clinton adviser Zerlina Maxwell urged ...
... of Lackawanna, New York, who was traveling with Abu Ali al-Harithi, organizer of the 2000 attack on the USS Cole, when a CIA missile struck ...
A US Predator launched an attack that killed Abu Ali al-Harithi, the head of AQY. The strike also killed five other alleged AQY members ...
Al'Abab is also the fourth-most important AQAP leader killed in a US drone strike after Abu Ali al Harithi, Anwar al-Awlaki, and Fahd al Quso, ...

... 2002, a fusion of human intelligence assets and signals intercepts pinpointed Abu Ali al-Harithi—an operational planner in the al-Qaeda cell ...
“American jets killed Abu Ali al Harithi, a mid-level Qaeda operative, and several other militant suspects in a strike in southern Yemen,” on June ...
In 2002 US intelligence operatives discovered that the man they had fingered as one of the masterminds of the Cole attack, Abu Ali al-Harithi, ...
Inside the National Security Agency's massive headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland—a complex so large that the U.S. Capitol Building could easily fit inside it ...
A spectacular success came in 2002 when Abu Ali al Harithi, Al Qaeda's top commander in Yemen, was assassinated by a US air-strike ...
That attack targeted Abu Ali al Harithi, a leader of Al Qaeda in Yemen. Since then the US has continued using drones and more conventional ...
... of Lackawanna, New York, who was traveling with Abu Ali al-Harithi, organizer of the 2000 attack on the USS Cole, when a CIA missile struck ...
A US Predator launched an attack that killed Abu Ali al-Harithi, the head of AQY. The strike also killed five other alleged AQY members ...
Al'Abab is also the fourth-most important AQAP leader killed in a US drone strike after Abu Ali al Harithi, Anwar al-Awlaki, and Fahd al Quso, ...
... 2002, a fusion of human intelligence assets and signals intercepts pinpointed Abu Ali al-Harithi—an operational planner in the al-Qaeda cell ...
“American jets killed Abu Ali al Harithi, a mid-level Qaeda operative, and several other militant suspects in a strike in southern Yemen,” on June ...
Inside the National Security Agency's massive headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland—a complex so large that the U.S. Capitol Building could easily fit inside it ...
On 3 November 2003, with the advent of the Global War on Terrorism, a Predator unmanned aircraft launched a Hellfire missile that killed Abu Ali al-Harithi in Yemen, turning the aforementioned executive orders 'on their heads.' With the publication of ...
2 On 3 November 2003, with the advent of the Global War on Terrorism, a Predator unmanned aircraft launched a Hellfire missile that killed Abu Ali al-Harithi in Yemen, turning the aforementioned executive orders 'on their heads.'3. With the publication ...


 

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