The Yemeni army thwarted on Saturday a suicide attempt against al-Anad air force located in South Yemen in which US soldiers are existed.
Military sources said that a bomb car managed to infiltrate into al-Qaeda in Lahj governorate with the aim of carrying out an suicide bombing, pointing out that it planned to target US soldiers who train Yemeni troops on counterterrorism.
"The car was seized while it was hidden under trees and it was ready to be exploded" they added. "The bombs were defused and the investigation on the care are ongoing."
Al-Qaeda exploited Yemen's protests against the former president Saleh to control in some areas and strengthen its influence, particularly in South Yemen.
After the Yemeni government announced its victory in early June, al-Qaida carried out a suicide bombing across various governorates and killed the commander of Yemen's southern military region, Salem Qatan.
Yemen's security authorities say they foiled many plans of Al-Qaeda to carry out terrorist attacks in the capital Sana'a, affirming that seized 40 belts packed with explosives.
However, the terrorist organization managed to assassinate high-ranking military leaders and targeted military and security services including the most deadliest attack against a military parade rehearsal that killed about 100 soldiers and wounded hundreds more in May.
On the 50th anniversary of Yemen's revolution, Hadi said he will accept dialogue with al-Qaeda in case it renounced violence and protection of terrorists coming from outside Yemen.