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Kuwait Holds 3 for Planning Attacks on U.S. Forces

Kuwait said Monday its security forces had arrested three Kuwaitis for allegedly planning attacks on U.S. forces training in the Gulf state for a possible war on neighboring Iraq. An Interior Ministry official told the state-run news agency KUNA that arms and ammunition were seized during the arrests. The official named the three men as Ahmad Mutlaq Nasser al-Mutairi, aged about 29; Abdullah Mutlaq Nasser al-Mutairi, about 32; and Mussaed Huran Shebib al-Anzi, who was about 28. “The Interior Ministry said…the three Kuwaitis were preparing plans to carry out terrorist attacks against American forces in the country,” the agency said. Full Story

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