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[28 April 2016]
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[30 April 2016]
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[30 April 2016]
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[17 February 2016]
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[16 February 2016]
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[16 February 2016]
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[16 February 2016]
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[16 February 2016]
 
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[11 May 2014]
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Border guards kill qat smuggler
[04/November/2009]


HARADH, Nov. 04 (Saba) - A Yemeni qat smuggler has been shot dead by Saudi border guards while trying to smuggle qat leaves, which is banned in Saudi Arabia, across the Yemeni-Saudi border,

Interior Ministry reported on Wednesday that Yemen's security authorities of Hajjah province have delivered the body of the man, 21, to his family.

Though it is not banned in Yemen, qat is strictly forbidden in Saudi Arabia, which considers as a narcotic.

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