In this photo taken Thursday, militiamen loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi rode on an army vehicle while patrolling a street in Aden, Yemen. The city is visibly expecting assault, whether from the forces of Hadi’s rival, ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has allied himself with the Shite rebels, or from al-Qaida militants.
In this photo taken Thursday, militiamen loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi rode on an army vehicle while patrolling a street in Aden, Yemen. The city is visibly expecting assault, whether from the forces of Hadi’s rival, ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has allied himself with the Shite rebels, or from al-Qaida militants. Yassir Hassan AP
In this photo taken Thursday, militiamen loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi rode on an army vehicle while patrolling a street in Aden, Yemen. The city is visibly expecting assault, whether from the forces of Hadi’s rival, ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has allied himself with the Shite rebels, or from al-Qaida militants. Yassir Hassan AP

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