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Yemeni army kills 33 militants in south

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The UN should send in peacekeepers to stop this Mayhem.

Perhaps it would be prudent to arm the opposition so they can protect themselves from the Yemeni regime.

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What a mess!

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Good. Someone in this region besides Israel is taking a real stand against Al-Qaeda and extremist militants.

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The UN should send in peacekeepers to stop this Mayhem.

Will never happen. For one reason, this is all sponsored by the US

Perhaps it would be prudent to arm the opposition so they can protect themselves from the Yemeni regime.

Again never happen especially when the US has had special forces in Yemen training the Yemeni military since 2009. You know the same military that then in the past year has killed and tortured protestors against the government.

Not to mention the new (2011) president is the US's man in Yemen. Another US mess in the making. Looks like the new Afghanistan, l wonder how long until regular troops are there fighting the insurgents.

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How many innocent civilians killed? Whenever terrorists are killed, that's always the first question.

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All i can do is face palm,shake my head and sigh. This looks like another situation OUR tax dollars will be spent on. Although these terrorist should be wiped out but now this has the possibilty of becoming another war front and another government we have to piss money away to and to try and assist them and getting rid of these groups. Whats the point of voting when we have nothing but idiots to vote for who will just get us in more of a mess. Just when you think it cant get any worse. I hope ron paul runs as third party id vote for him

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