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Car of al-Qaeda loaded with weapons, explosives targeted
[29/August/2012]
SANA'A, Aug.29 (Saba) – An official source at the Supreme Security Committee has declared that the security and military bodies have managed on Tuesday to destroy a car belonging to al-Qaeda terrorist elements loaded with large quantities of weapons and explosives.

According to the source, the car was targeted between Marib and Hadramout provinces in an attack resulted in the death of two dangerous elements who were on board.

The security and military devices will continue efforts to track down those terrorist elements and bring them to justice, the source added. 

The source encouraged the rest of terrorist elements to hand themselves over and this will be taken into account.

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