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PHOTO GALLERY: Funeral of the 45 Emirates soldiers killed in Yemen


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The coffins of five Bahraini soldiers killed in the conflict in Yemen, are carried by guards of honour as they arrive at Sheikh Isa Air Base in Sakhir, south of Manama, Bahrain, September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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In this photo made available by Emirates News Agency, WAM, coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers killed in Yemen arrive at the Al Bateen Airport early Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (AP)
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Members of the Emirati armed forces carry coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi international airport in this handout photo provide by United Arab Emirates News Agency WAM on September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Members of the Emirati armed forces carry coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi international airport in this handout photo provide by United Arab Emirates News Agency WAM on September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Members of the Emirati armed forces carry coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi international airport in this handout photo provide by United Arab Emirates News Agency WAM on September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Members of the Emirati armed forces carry coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi international airport in this handout photo provide by United Arab Emirates News Agency WAM on September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Members of the Emirati armed forces carry coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi international airport in this handout photo provide by United Arab Emirates News Agency WAM on September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Members of the Emirati armed forces carry coffins containing the bodies of Emirati soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi international airport in this handout photo provide by United Arab Emirates News Agency WAM on September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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In this photo made available by Emirates News Agency, WAM, Emiratis carry the body of Abdullah Ali Hassan Al-Hammadi, who was killed in Yemen, during his funeral ceremony in Ajman, United Arab Emirates, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015 (AP)
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In this photo made available by Emirates News Agency, WAM, Emiratis perform prayers over the bodies of soldiers who were killed in Yemen during their funeral ceremony in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015 (AP)
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Crown Prince of Fujairah Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi (C, to the right of man at microphone) prays with others next to the bodies of Emirate soldiers, who were killed in Yemen, in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Mourners carry the body of Emirate soldier Abdullah Ali Hassan Al Hammadi, who was killed in Yemen, during his funeral in Ajman September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Emirate soldiers carry the body of a comrade, who was killed in Yemen on Friday, at Fujairah International Airport in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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The bodies of five Bahraini military personnel are carried by a guard of honour after arriving at the Sheikh Isa Air Base in Sakhir, south of Manama, Bahrain, September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Emirate soldiers carry the body of a comrade, who was killed in Yemen on Friday, at Fujairah International Airport in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Crown Prince of Ajman Humaid Al Nuaimi (3rd R) prays with others near the body of Emirate soldier Abdullah Ali Hassan Al Hammadi, who was killed in Yemen, during his funeral in Ajman September 5, 2015 (Reuters)
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Forty-five troops from the United Arab Emirates were killed in Yemen while taking part in Saudi-led operations against Shiite rebels, the Gulf nation said Friday, in the deadliest day for its military in its 44-year history

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