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English: Map of division in Yemen as of March 10, 2012 (after the transition of power away from President Saleh). Map is limited to information from English-language media, and therefore may be incomplete. The Al Houthis are a Zaidi Shiite rebel group, while Ansar al-Sharia and Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) are two related violent Islamic fundamentalist groups. Note that unarmed protests are not depicted, and would extend well into the white areas of the map. See also: File:Yemen division 2011-7-7.svg, File:Yemen division 2011-10-23.svg
Date 2012-3-10
Source Own work, starting from File:Yemen_location_map.svg by user NordNordWest. Information comes from a variety of online news sources, especially the Yemen Post and Critical Threats.
Author GeoEvan
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