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Admitted Alistair Burt, a British Foreign Office Minister responsible  for the Middle East and the Gulf, "We are obviously very distressed on  this attack on British embassy staff, but it emphasizes the danger of  the work that some of our diplomats do when they are caught up in  situations such as this. But it is a despicable and entirely unwarranted  attack."

 

The Foreign Office sahttp://www.taylormadegolf-clubs.com/images/golf/Taylormade/Irons/9.jpgys five employees of the British  embassy were traveling in the convoy that was hit by a rocket.taylor made drivers One staff  member was injured along with another three civilians. No one  has taken responsibility for the attack, but Burt says it is likely to  be the same group that carried out a suicide attack against the British  ambassador in Yemen six months ago. The Yemen wing of al-Qaida claimed  responsibility for that attack."It makes us very conscious of  security and issues such as that. But our work and the work of the  embassy will go on,"cheap golf balls added Burt when asked if the latest attack would  alter Britain's work in Yemen.

 

Yemen specialist Rodney Wilson of  Britain's Durham University says Britain has long been a target for  terror attacks in Yemen. He says Wednesday's attack is only one incident  in an ongoing story. "Britain is a target partly because it is  seen as a colonial power in the past and also they are portraying it  that essentially it is anti-Islamic and it is an enemy of Islam,taylor made golf and  obviously we have a lot of Islamic radicals in Yemen," said Wilson.

 

He says counter-terrorism measures in Yemen have been stepped up since  the end of last year. In December al-Qaida's taylor made golfYemen wing claimed  responsibility for a failed plot to blow up a U.S.-bound flight.But Wilson says ridding the country of terrorists is a major challenge.titleist golf "Essentially  it is a very fragmented country," explained Wilson. "Government has  problems basically controlling anything beyond the capital. Also it is a  very poor country. It faces many challenges in terms of its economic  development. It is just a very difficult environment in which to be  waging a campaign against terrorists."Britain was not the only  Western power under threat in Yemen, a gunman has shot and killed a  Frenchman at the Austrian oil and gas company OMV, near Sana'a.

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