Sanaa, Yemen. 21st Dec 2013. A Yemeni soldier looks at the graffiti of U.S. drone strike painted on a wall as a protest against the drone strikes, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Dec. 21, 2013. The Yemeni parliament on Sunday approved a ban on U.S. drones in the country after dozens of civilians were killed by the unmanned aircraft, the official Saba news agency reported. The decision was made after the U.S. drone mistakenly hit a wedding convey on Thursday in Yemen's southeastern province of al- Bayda, killing up to 17 Yemeni civilians and wounding about 21 others. Credit: Xinhua/Alamy Live News

Sanaa, Yemen. 21st Dec 2013. A Yemeni soldier looks at the graffiti of U.S. drone strike painted on a wall as a protest against the drone strikes, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Dec. 21, 2013. The Yemeni parliament on Sunday approved a ban on U.S. drones in the country after dozens of civilians were killed by the unmanned aircraft, the official Saba news agency reported. The decision was made after the U.S. drone mistakenly hit a wedding convey on Thursday in Yemen's southeastern province of al- Bayda, killing up to 17 Yemeni civilians and wounding about 21 others. Credit:  Xinhua/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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(131221) -- SANAA, Dec. 21, 2013 (Xinhua) -- A Yemeni soldier looks at the graffiti of U.S. drone strike painted on a wall as a protest against the drone strikes, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Dec. 21, 2013. The Yemeni parliament on Sunday approved a ban on U.S. drones in the country after dozens of civilians were killed by the unmanned aircraft, the official Saba news agency reported. The decision was made after the U.S. drone mistakenly hit a wedding convey on Thursday in Yemen's southeastern province of al- Bayda, killing up to 17 Yemeni civilians and wounding about 21 others. (Xinhua/Mohammed Mohammed) (srb)

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