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Bahrain busts terrorist cell

Feb 17 2013, 3:28pm CST | by

Manama, Feb 18 (IANS/WAM) Bahraini security forces, in cooperation with a neighbouring country, has managed to bust a terrorist cell and arrest its eight members.

Manama, Feb 18 (IANS/WAM) Bahraini security forces, in cooperation with a neighbouring country, has managed to bust a terrorist cell and arrest its eight members. Making the announcement, Bahraini...

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Bahrain busts terrorist cell

Feb 17 2013, 3:28pm CST | by

Manama, Feb 18 (IANS/WAM) Bahraini security forces, in cooperation with a neighbouring country, has managed to bust a terrorist cell and arrest its eight members.

Manama, Feb 18 (IANS/WAM) Bahraini security forces, in cooperation with a neighbouring country, has managed to bust a terrorist cell and arrest its eight members.

Making the announcement, Bahraini Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa said all the arrested people are Bahraini nationals.

Investigations showed these people were moving between Iran, Iraq and Lebanon, and received training on using weapons and explosives in addition to financial support.

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