In the Reuters report on the car bombing attack in Yemen, the reporters choose to rely heavily on information from official government sources. In the first part of the story, the part containing the pertinent news information, the report uses about six sources. It relies mostly on statements from an unnamed, Yemeni Interior Ministry official. More information comes from U.S. government officials, namely two State Department spokesmen, both of whom are named and a quote from President Bush. The story also cites an unnamed group of Yemeni analysts and a statement from a group claiming responsibility for the attack. The attribution is spread evenly throughout the story, using the Yemeni official for specific details relating to the attack and then using the other U.S. sources to provide reaction. The attribution is introduced preceding some facts and following others. This allows the attribution to sit subtly within the article, lending credibility but not impeding the action and facts of the story.