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Yemen: Number of victims reaches 150

30. March 2011. | 07:35

Source: Tanjug

Up to 150 people were killed in an explosion at an ammunition plant in south Yemen, local officials said on Tuesday.

Up to 150 people were killed in an explosion at an ammunition plant in south Yemen, local officials said on Tuesday.

The explosion occurred near the town of Jaar on Monday, and there are still no reports on what caused the blast.

A local official told the AFP news agency that at least 80 people were injured.

Another official earlier said that the explosion occurred when dozens of citizens came to the factory looking for ammunition, only a day after it was raided by suspected Al-Qaeda members.


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