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Monday, December 18, 2006


Sanaa, 18 Dec. (AKI) - Security forces in Yemen have uncovered what they say is an al-Qaeda terrorist cell operating in the country's capital Sanaa, a Saudi newspaper reported on Monday. Police carried out several raids on Saturday and Sunday arresting an undisclosed number of suspects. One of those picked up was the alleged ring-leader, a man identified as Jamil Ghurab, the report said.

Also among those arrested was Abdullah al-Dabibi whose name appears on a list of wanted al-Qaeda terrorists compiled by authorities. In September a group purporting to be al-Qaeda sad it was responsible for attacks against two petroleum plants in Yemen's Mareb and Hadramawt regions.
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