Delay to verdict in trial of three al jazeera journalists killed in Yemen for reporting on killings

Delay to verdict in trial of three al jazeera journalists killed in Yemen for reporting on killings

Houthi rebels have said they have released Al Jazeera reporters James Lelyveld and Richard Engel, who were both killed last week during fighting in Yemen.

The two British journalists were covering clashes near the border in Yemen’s Saada governorate when a rebel aircraft shot down the Russian jet near Al-Hajar and hit their bus in a rural area.

The rebels said Lelyveld and Engel were captured and killed.

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The BBC’s David Stern takes a close look at Al Jazeera’s coverage of violence in Yemen

The al-바카라Jazeera English channel and others have reported from parts of Yemen for several years.

A British freelance reporter, Jeremy Scahill, who had worked for Al Jazeera, died while covering a conflict in Yemen in November 2011.

Last month, a US court found the reporter to have been intentionally targeted by더킹카지노 al-Qaeda-linked fighters in Yemen, but the US has been unable to secure any evidence.

The Obama administration has pledged to provide US and other allies with more than $110m (£59m) of assistance for civilian and military groups fighting to rein in Houthi rebels.

“Our mission is to bring about, once again, accountability for the United States, in order to ensure a just outcome for those that died in the line of duty,” White House spokesman Eric Schultz said on 23 November.

Earlier in the day, the White House said US personnel had been involved in a firefight between al-Qaeda militants and forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh earlier in the day.

US-backed government forces seized two towns south of Sanaa in Yemen’s southern province of Bayda on Tuesday.

The 바카라US is supporting efforts to drive al-Qaeda from the southern province of Jazan, which is home to key strongholds of the rebel movement.