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Day in Photos: June 14, 2012

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Hani Mohammed / The Associated Press

A poster of Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh lies on the ground as army soldiers and tribesmen loyal to the army gather on a tank in front of the local authority compound in the city of Zinjibar, Yemen after they retook the city from al-Qaida militants, Thursday, June 14, 2012. Airstrikes and clashes intensified in southern Yemen on Wednesday as army troops followed major victories with more pressure on al-Qaida militants holding small towns, according to tribal and military officials. The attacks came a day after Yemeni forces regained control of two major al-Qaida strongholds, Jaar and Zinjibar, which were in the hands of the militants for more than a year.

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