Al Qaeda Poses New Risk to Saudi Security Amid Yemen Turmoil

People ride on the back of a truck with their home's furniture as they move from a neighbourhood after an air strike by a Saudi-led coalition struck a nearby missile base, in Yemen's capital Sanaa April 23

SHARURA, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – As Saudi Arabian air strikes have hammered Yemen over the past month, Riyadh’s Western allies are believed to have grown increasingly worried by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) taking advantage of the chaos to capture more ground.