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US launches strikes in Yemen after American ships are targeted

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The Pentagon announced that the U.S. launched missiles to destroy three radar sites along the coast of Yemen in rebel-held sites. This is said to be in retaliation for the failed attack by insurgents on U.S. warships in the region. NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel from Istanbul.