Yemen's transition president Abdu Rabbu Mansour criticized aggressive media campaign against Yemen after the Paris attack, state media reported on Thursday. "We hope Yemen will not face aggressive acts on allegations it exports terrorism to other countries," he was quoted as saying. "At a time when Yemen is calling on the international community to help it address crises and make the power transition a success, it suddenly starts to suffer from a politically motivated campaign," he said. "Such campaign will leave severe impacts on the country," he added. Moreover, Hadi revealed that Yemen has suffered from cross-border terrorism which cost the country billions of US dollars in losses due to affected tourism and key economic sectors. "Terrorism is exported to Yemen. We reject to paint Yemen as Afghanistan," he said. On Wednesday, the Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on the French Newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The group published a videotape in which one of its leaders said they had carried out the attack under to revenge for Prophet Mohammed, years after the newspaper published caricatures offending Mohammed.