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U.S. Embassy Bombings in Yemen

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  • Sept. 18: A Yemeni soldier, stand guards in front of the main entrance of the US Embassy, background, in San'a, Yemen. Militants linked to Al Qaeda launched a brazen attack against the U.S. Embassy in the Yemeni capital Wednesday, firing automatic weapons and setting off grenades and a car bomb in a furious fusillade that failed to breach the walls but killed 16 people, including a newly wed New York woman.
  • Sept. 18: Yemeni soldiers atop of a truck patrol the road leading to the main entrance of the US Embassy in the capital San'a, Yemen.
  • Sept. 18: A Yemeni soldier walks by the damage at the main entrance of the US Embassy in the capital San'a, Yemen.
  • Sept. 18: Yemeni soldiers on top of a truck patrol the road in front of the main entrance of the US Embassy in the capital San'a, Yemen.
  • Sept. 18: US Embassy employee inspects a damaged vehicle in front of the main entrance of the US Embassy in the capital San'a, Yemen.
  • Sept. 17: In this photo released by Ahmed Elbaneh is Susan Elbaneh in Lackawanna, N.Y. A sophisticated bombing plot carried out against the U.S. Embassy in Yemen brings increased urgency to fears that Muslim extremists are gathering strength in that nation and could make it a headquarters for terrorism. Family members said Susan Elbaneh was killed in the bombing.
  • Sept. 17: Ahmed Elbaneh holds a photo of his sister, Susan Elbaneh, left, with her cousin Tofeek Elbaneh, right, at his home in Lackawanna, N.Y.
  • Sept. 17: Smoke is seen billowing outside the U.S. Embassy in San’a after a series of explosions outside the heavily fortified U.S. Embassy in Yemen.
  • Sept. 17: Smoke rises from the area around the U.S. Embassy in San’a after a series of explosions outside the heavily fortified U.S. Embassy in Yemen.
  • Sept. 17: Smoke rises from the area around the U.S. Embassy in San’a after a series of explosions outside the heavily fortified U.S. Embassy in Yemen.
  • Sept. 17: Smoke rises from the area around the U.S. Embassy in San’a after a series of explosions outside the heavily fortified U.S. Embassy in Yemen.
  • Sept. 17: Security personnel comb the vicinity of the U.S. Embassy in San’a after f a series of explosions outside the heavily fortified embassy in Yemen.
  • Sept. 17: Soldiers patrol a street near the U.S. Embassy in San’a after a series of explosions outside the heavily fortified embassy in Yemen.
  • Sept. 17, 2008: This is an image taken from Al Jazeera TV shows flames and smoke rising from a vehicle outside the U.S. Embassy in San'a, Yemen. A senior security official says six guards belonging to Yemen's Interior Ministry and four civilians have been killed by a car bombing targeting the U.S. Embassy in the Yemeni capital. U.S. Embassy spokesman Ryan Gliha tells The Associated Press by telephone that a car bomb hit the embassy's gate Wednesday morning followed by a second explosion. He did not know what caused the second one.
  • Sept. 17, 2008: Police vehicles and fire brigade vehicles hover around the scene near the U.S. Embassy in San'a, Yemen, after a car bomb targeting the embassy hit the front gate of the compound.
  • The entrance to the U.S. Embassy compound in San'a, Yemen, can be seen in this undated photo from Delta Scientific Corporation.
  • A map locates San'a, Yemen, where a car bomb hit the U.S. Embassy.
  • Sept. 17, 2008: Yemenis talk as an army ambulalnce vehicle heads to the U.S. Embassy in San'a, Yemen, after a car bomb targeting the Embassy hit the front gate of the compound. A senior security official says six guards belonging to Yemen's Interior Ministry and four civilians have been killed by the car bombing targeting the U.S. Embassy in the Yemeni capital.
  • Sept. 17, 2008: A police vehicle drives near the US embassy in San'a, Yemen, after a car bomb targeting the Embassy hit the front gate of the compound , causing unspecified casualties, a U.S. spokesman said.
  • April 3, 2002: The entrance to the U.S. Embassy compound in San'a, Yemen, can be seen in this image from APTN television file footage.

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