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YEMEN CLAIMED THEY FOILED PLOT AGAINST FOREIGN EMBASSIES

YEMEN CLAIMED THEY FOILED PLOT AGAINST


FOREIGN EMBASSIES




 
A bomb hidden under the driver's seat of a car killed a senior Yemeni intelligence officer , Lt. Col. Mohammed al-Qudami in Yemenís capital Sanaa, a security official said on Sunday 07/01/2012. He was the intelligence chief for one of the sectors of Sanaa.

Four days earlier, on Wednesday 06/07/2012, Yemen's security forces claimed they have foiled a militant plot to attack embassies in Sanaa, state news agency SABA said, just days after the army forced Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula - AQAP out of their bastions in the country's south, citing a top security official.

"three suspects armed with weapons, explosives and maps showing the location of foreign embassies," were detained. He said the residences of "military commanders and other important people" were also marked on the seized maps.

The report comes two days after a suicide bomber killed Salem Ali Qoton, the army general who spearheaded a month-long offensive against Al Qaeda in Yemen's Abyan and Shabwa provinces in the south. The offensive, launched on May 12, ended more than a year of Al Qaeda control in a string of towns and villages in the troubled south and east (see also - Abyan 03.04.12).

The jihadists are believed to have fled to the lawless mountainous regions of the Eastern Hadramawt province (see also - Hadramut 11.03.09).

In May, an Al Qaeda suicide bomber blew himself up in the middle of a battalion of soldiers rehearsing for an army parade in Sanaa, killing more than a 100 people and wounding dozens of others (see - Sanaa 05.21.12).
 
 
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