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al Qaeda’s ‘most wanted’ arrested in Aden

Aboudy was behind a series of killings and assassinations targeting the security and military leadership in Aden.
The Yemeni police said on Monday it had arrested what it described as the “most dangerous” leader of the Al-Qaeda in the coastal southwestern city of Aden alongside with two other accomplices, after foiling their operation.

In a statement, the police said they arrested Bassem Aboudy “the most dangerous wanted Al-Qaeda leader in Aden,” which the Yemeni authorities have taken as temporary capital for the time being.

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Source: english.alarabiya.net

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