Blast at Yemen ammunition factory kills at least five

By REUTERS
March 28, 2011 12:02

 
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SANAA - A blast at ammunition factory in south Yemen killed at least 5 people and wounded 58 as residents tried to steal ammunition a day after clashes between militants and the army in the same town, a medical source said.

The source said that the death toll could still rise significantly as bodies were recovered from the factory in the town of Jaar. Al Arabiya television put the death toll at 40.

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