Washington has intensified air sorties against jihadist groups since President Donald Trump took office in January.
In Yemen, U.S. military intervention has so far left several Al-Qaeda fighters killed while others are fleeing.
Latest two strikes carried out overnight by U.S drones reportedly killed seven Al-Qaeda operatives in different locations in Yemen.
One strike hit a vehicle in the southern province of Shabwa and killed two Al-Qaeda fighters another drone raid hit a car in Marib province, east of the rebel- held capital Sanaa, killing five Al-Qaeda figures.
Both Shabwa and Marib provinces are largely held by Saudi-backed government forces but Al-Qaeda has taken advantage of fighting between them and the rebels to step up its presence.
Pentagon on April 3 said that it military operations carried out more than 70 strikes against Al-Qaeda targets in Yemen.
U.S. regards Al-Qaeda’s Yemen-based branch as dangerous and accuses it of plotting multiple attacks against the West.