'Civilian casualties in Yemen air strike '

'Civilian casualties in Yemen air strike '

World February 2, 2017 05:54

washington - In an air strike on a militant group al Qaeda Sunday in southern Yemen are 'likely' civilian casualties, including children as possible. The US military said Wednesday it has reached an investigation team to this conclusion.

'Citizens may become entangled in air rifle which was called upon to support the US troops,' the military said in a statement. The army is investigating the possible civilian deaths in the first attack on al Qaeda on behalf of the new American president Donald Trump.

Military officials report that Trump adopted its first anti-terrorist operation without sufficient information, ground support or backup plans.

Trump gave Wednesday a surprise visit to the air base at Dover in Delaware. He did that for a 36-year-old commando was killed during the military operation to pay their last respects.

Elite units of Navy SEAL with attack helicopters carried out an attack on terrorists of al-Qaeda in Yemen. The government Trump thus had a scoop. When Obama was still in power were deployed only drones in the region. The US military says it came fourteen militants killed in the attack. Doctors on the spot submit that about thirty people have been slain, including ten women and children.

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