Egypt seizes anti-aircraft missiles slated for Gaza

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February 11, 2012 18:01

 
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Egyptian security forces seized a weapons cache in the Sinai peninsula that was suspected of being prepared for smuggling into the Gaza Strip, Palestinian news agency Ma'an quoted officials as saying on Saturday.

A number of anti-aircraft missiles and several tons of TNT were among the weapons seized in the operation in the northern Sinai, according to the report.

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