Terry Atlas

senior writer for Bloomberg News who covers foreign policy and national security.

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senior writer for Bloomberg News who covers foreign policy and national security.

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In the middle of the night on Saturday, dozens of U.S special forces operatives crept six miles through a Yemeni desert. Their target was an Al Qaeda compound in Southern Yemen.

Failed Hostage Rescue in Yemen: What Went Wrong?

In the middle of the night on Saturday, dozens of U.S special forces operatives crept six miles through a Yemeni desert. Their target was an Al Qaeda compound in Southern Yemen.

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