Yemen's army declares curfew in Lawdar

Yemen's army declares curfew in Lawdar

 Yemen's army on Saturday declared a curfew in the town of Lawdar, Abyan governorate, from 8:00 pm until 6:00 am. 

This declaration came hours after al-Qaeda militants failed to take over the headquarters of the security department in Lawdar. 

Meanwhile, thirteen al-Qaeda operators were killed on Saturday as tribesmen installed ambushes in the town of Lawdar, Abyan governorate, a Yemeni security source told Alsahwah Net. 

The source affirmed that al-Qaeda returned to the southern towns of Lawdar and Shaqrah though al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula had previously declared that it withdrew from these towns.  

Tribesmen clashed with al-Qaeda terrorists inside the town when the terrorists tried to enter some public facilities, the source added.   

The source said that clashes lasted two hours between al-Qaeda militants and tribesmen, and they ended when al-Qaeda militants withdrew.  

Meanwhile, sources of Aden Police Department told Alsahwah Net that a counter-terrorism unit stormed into a place in al-Mimdarah neighborhood in Aden and managed to capture Abu Dujanah. 

Aden Police said that a counter-terrorism unit stormed into a place in al-Mimdarah neighborhood in Aden and captured Abud Dujanah from. 

Security sources said that Abu Dujanah admitted, during investigations, that he carried out assassinations against security and military officials in Aden.  


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