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Kuwait says it has seized al Qaida cache

Kuwaiti security forces seized weapons and ammunitions they said belonged to al Qaida sympathizers in the country’s southern region, the Rai al Am newspaper reported Thursday. The newspaper quoted unnamed Kuwaiti sources as saying state security forces stormed locations in the regions of Wafra and Bayan in southern Kuwait, and recovered arms caches. Large quantities of rocket-propelled grenades, Kalashnikov rifles, hand grenades and ammunitions were seized, the report said. The newspaper’s sources said the confiscated weapons were believed to belong to al Qaida sympathizers who “have a sabotage plan to be carried out once the air strikes on Iraq begin.” The United States has said it will use force if necessary to disarm Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein of his suspected weapons of mass destruction. Full Story

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