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Topic - Saeed Al-Shihri
A man claiming to be al Qaeda's No. 2 in Yemen released an audio denying reports that he had died in a U.S. drone attack, as Yemeni officials said Monday that another top member of the terror network was killed in a drone strike earlier this month.
An airstrike killed al Qaeda's No. 2 leader in Yemen, along with five others traveling with him in one car, on Monday, senior Yemeni Defense Ministry officials reported.
He said that Adel al-Abbab, ranking fourth in the network's leadership, was among five who Yemeni officials earlier had said were hit while they were traveling in two cars through the southern province of Shabwa.
He said the summit was "attended by the evil leaders of the Islamic governments, at the forefront Iranian President (Mahmoud) Ahmadinejad, the most evil person on earth."