The rise in prominence of Nasir al Wuhayshi, shown in this 2009 still from a video, the head of al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen, underscores the transformation that has taken place in the al Qaida in the past few year
The rise in prominence of Nasir al Wuhayshi, shown in this 2009 still from a video, the head of al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen, underscores the transformation that has taken place in the al Qaida in the past few year IntelCenter/Zuma Press/MCT
The rise in prominence of Nasir al Wuhayshi, shown in this 2009 still from a video, the head of al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen, underscores the transformation that has taken place in the al Qaida in the past few year IntelCenter/Zuma Press/MCT

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