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Al-Qaeda in Yemen Release Video of Bangladeshi UN Worker


Al-Qaeda’s Yemen branch have released a video on Saturday showing a UN worker who was abducted more than six months ago, according to a report by the U.S.-based SITE Intelligence Group. The video which was purportedly recorded on 9 August was released by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and featured Akam Sofyol Anam, who has been identified by SITE as a Bangladeshi national and the “director of the United Nations Office of Security and Safety in Yemen.” Anam was kidnapped along with four colleagues on 11 February while conducting a field mission in the southern province of Abyan. He…

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