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Military engineers remove 2,000 mines and explosive devices in Aljawf
[27/03/2018 02:57]

Army engineers have extracted hundreds of landmines and improvised explosive devices planted by the Houthirebels in various locations in the district of Bart al-Anan, north of Aljawf province.

A military source told the armed forces' Information Center that the army's technical teams have managed over the past two days to extract and dismantle more than 1900 landmines and improvised explosive devices planted by the Houthirebel militia in different sites from which the rebels were dislodged.

"The mines and explosives seized by the army included antipersonnel mines, anti-tank mines and improvised explosive devices," said the source, adding that the engineering teams were able to clear all the sites and secure the recaptured areas.

Army engineering teams were also able to dismantle remotely-controlled missiles that were found set poised toward the positions of the army in and the residential areas in the districts of Bart al-Anan, Khub and Al-Sha'af.

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