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President Hadi directs to investigate over Baidah incident
[05/September/2012]
SANA'A, Sep. 04 (Saba) – An official source at the Supreme Security Committee has said that the committee held meeting to discuss the directions of President Abdo Rabu Mansour Hadi over the incident occurred in Rad'ah district of Baidah province on Sunday, September 2.

The security source asserted that the accident, which claimed the lives of 12 citizens, happened fortuitously while the victims were near a car belonging to a group of al-Qaeda.   

The source also made clear the President directed to form a specialized committee to investigate in the incident.

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