London-based human rights group cites local sources, who say the raid went wrong from the start when US Navy Seals opened fire on a 70-year-old man

Five civilians were killed in a US Navy Seal raid in Yemen against al-Qaida militants, a human rights organisation said on Wednesday.

US central command that the raid on Tuesday had killed seven members of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (Aqap) in Marib governorate, “through a combination of small arms fire and precision airstrikes”.

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