October 24, 2014 11:30 PM
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YEMEN CRISIS While the fight against ISIL has grabbed international headlines, Yemen, home to the most deadly al Qaida affiliate, AQAP, is in turmoil due to recent aggression by the Houthi Movement, a Zaydi Shia rebel militia, which has overrun the capital Sana'a and threatens the integrity and stability of the state. Danya Greenfield of The Atlantic Council and Graeme Bannerman, non-resident expert at the Middle East Institute, discuss what's at stake in Yemen, with host Carol Castiel.