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Two Men Charged With USS Cole Bombing
Two suspected al Qaeda operatives who escaped from prison in Yemen last month were indicted in the United States today on murder and terror charges in the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole that killed 17 American sailors.

10 Suspects in USS Cole Blast Escape From Yemeni Prison
Ten of the main suspects in the October 2000 bombing of the USS Cole escaped from a tightly guarded intelligence agency building where they were being held in the port city of Aden in southern Yemen, officials said.

Gunman Kills 3 U.S. Missionaries At Yemen Hospital
Officials in Yemen Monday arrested an Islamic militant suspected of killing three U.S. missionaires, as investigators sought to deterrmine if the shootings were connected to the al Qaeda network.

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Mission Will Continue, Baptist Group Says: Despite Yemen Killings, Richmond-Based Board Says No Evacuations Are Planned (Post, Dec. 31, 2002)

Spain and U.S. Seize N. Korean Missiles: Scuds Were on Ship Bound for Yemen (Post, Dec. 11, 2002)

U.S. Strike Kills Six in Al Qaeda: Missile Fired by Predator Drone; Key Figure in Yemen Among Dead (Post, Nov. 5, 2002)

Yemen Recovers Huge Cache Of Explosive From Blast Site: 650 Lbs. of Plastique Hidden in Warehouse in Capital (Post, Sept. 11, 2002)

Flight 103 Redress Offered By Libya: $2.7 Billion for Victims' Kin Tied To Sanctions' End (Post, May 29, 2002)

Cheney Meets with Yemeni President (Post, March 14, 2002; 2:00 PM)

U.S. Special Forces to Advise Yemeni Military: Pentagon Plans to Dispatch Troops to Assist in Fight Against Groups Linked to Al Qaeda (Post, March 2, 2002)

U.S. Eyes Military Assistance For Yemen: Counterterrorism Aid to Philippines Cited as a Model (Post, Feb. 28, 2002)

Al Qaeda Leader Talked of Plot Against U.S. Embassy: Interrogation Led to Closing of Facility in Yemen (Post, Jan. 23, 2002)

For Yemen, a Risk and an Opportunity: Campaign Against Terrorists May Help Government Assert Control Over Armed Tribes (Post, Jan. 2, 2002)

Cole Suspect Turned Over By Pakistan (Post, Oct. 28, 2001)

FBI Agents Resume Cole Probe In Yemen: More Cooperation, Security Pledged (Post, Sept. 4, 2001)

FBI Agents' Return to Yemen Mission at Issue: State Department Says U.S. Ambassador Willing to Allow Bombing Probe to Resume (Post, July 7, 2001)

Video Suggests Bin Laden Men Perpetrated Cole Bombing (Post, June 20, 2001)

Nine Alleged Plotters Held In Yemen: FBI's Cole Investigators Are Withdrawn Due to Threat (Post, June 19, 2001)

Are Officers Accountable, Warner Asks: Decisions on Cole, Greeneville Cited (Post, May 4, 2001)

Bin Laden Applauds Cole Attack (Post, March 2, 2001)



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