Anonymous officials are telling media outlets the U.S. is closing its embassy in Yemen because of security concerns.
On Sunday, the embassy announced it was suspending all consular services and U.S. citizens needing assistance should go to embassies in neighboring countries.
The embassy will reportedly be completely closed by Wednesday. That would make this the third U.S. embassy to close in the Middle East and North Africa, following Syria in 2012 and Libya last year.
After the 2012 Benghazi attack that killed four Americans, the U.S. has been more cautious in its approach to security concerns.
Back in 2008, an attack on the U.S. Embassy in Yemen left 16 dead.