Almotamar.net - More than five terrorists were killed and many others wounded as they trying to ambush a military vehicle in Qarn al-Sawda area of Shabwa province, a military source said Saturday.
The military forces stationed in Ataq area managed to thwart the terrorists' ambush, the source told the Defense Ministry's website.
The forces are chasing the rest of the terrorists that fled, he added, stressing that the terrorists have no more any hideout in the area.
The source underlined that the military units' forces stationed in Ataq and in 3rd Military Region have high spirits and are in the highest level of readiness and determination to completely eliminate the remaining criminal and terrorist gangs.
Meanwhile, military sources accentuated that the hunting operations on al-Qaeda militants will never stop until being eliminated from all areas of the country.
Late in April, the army, backed by tribal fighters, launched a major military operation against al-Qaeda militants in Shabwa and Abyan provinces.
While hundreds of the militants, including leaders, were killed or wounded or arrested, many others have fled.
The security and military services urged people in the nearby provinces of Marib, Ibb, Hadramout and Baidha, to exercise extra vigilance for thwarting the fled terrorists' attempts to sneak into their towns or villages.
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