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Security Belt in Ahwar Arrests A Smuggler Who Tried to Smuggle Banned Chemical to Aden

[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Ahwar – Abian – Exclusive[/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″] Security belt troops of Ahwar arrested a person with 2880 liters of banned chemicals – sulfuric acid – in a try to smuggle it to Aden. A security belt source indicated to SMA News that on 10:30 of Wednesday morning, soldiers of Al-Berka post, a security belt post in Ahwar, arrested a driver of a van who was hiding 144 cans, 20 liters each, full off sulfuric acid under car tires and cattle feed as he was trying to smuggle it to Aden. The source indicated that the driver, Abdu Ali Said Al-Hakami, is from Taiz. The acid cargo was confiscated and the driver is now under interrogation. The source also indicated that the sulfuric acid is used in making explosives. Saleh Ahmed Nasser, commander of security belt troops, and Saleh Lasoud, deputy commander of security bet troops, thanked the efforts of Nasser Ahmed Saleh, commander of Al-Murabba, and Mohamed Nasser Al- Gaffa, commander of Al-Berka post, in addition to all members of the security belt for their alert.

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