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Airstrike kills Yemen mediator, tribes hit pipeline

SANAA (Reuters) - An airstrike in Yemen targeting al Qaeda missed its mark on Tuesday and killed a mediator by mistake, prompting members of his tribe to blow up a crude oil pipeline in clashes that followed, a provincial official said.

Airstrike kills Yemen mediator, tribes hit pipeline

SANAA (Reuters) - An airstrike in Yemen targeting al Qaeda missed its mark on Tuesday and killed a mediator by mistake, prompting members of his tribe to blow up a crude oil pipeline in clashes that followed, a provincial official said.

Air strike kills Yemen mediator, tribes hit pipeline

SANAA (Reuters) - An air strike in Yemen targeting al Qaeda missed its mark and killed a mediator by mistake, prompting members of his tribe to blow up a crude oil pipeline in clashes that followed, a provincial official said on Tuesday.

Airstrike kills Yemen mediator, tribes hit pipeline

SANAA (Reuters) - An airstrike in Yemen targeting al Qaeda missed its mark on Tuesday and killed a mediator by mistake, prompting members of his tribe to blow up a crude oil pipeline in clashes that followed, a provincial official said.

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Two Koreas snarl at each other, tensions rise

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's already stumbling economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, with both sides intensifying war-like rhetoric.

Two Koreas snarl at each other, tensions rise

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's already stumbling economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, with both sides stepping up their war-like rhetoric.

Two Koreas snarl at each other, tensions rise

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's already stumbling economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, with both sides stepping up their war-like rhetoric.