Yemen's other conflicts simmer in city once held by al-Qaida

FOX News 

In this Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, photograph, a photographer changes his lens by a rusting Soviet-era tank near Mukalla, Yemen, at an airport now serving as a military base for the United Arab Emirates. The port city of Mukalla, once held by al-Qaida, shows how fractious Yemen is and will remain even if the Saudi-led war in the country ends in an uneasy peace for the Arab world's poorest nation. In this Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, photograph, two Emirati soldiers look out at the Gulf of Aden as boats take part in a military drill near Mukalla, Yemen, at an airport now serving as a military base for the United Arab Emirates. The port city of Mukalla, once held by al-Qaida, shows how fractious Yemen is and will remain even if the Saudi-led war in the country ends in an uneasy peace for the Arab world's poorest nation. MUKALLA, Yemen – Two years after al-Qaida militants withdrew from Yemen's eastern city of Mukalla, troops from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates patrol the streets in armored vehicles, driving past secessionist murals and keeping an eye out for jihadi sleeper cells.

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