UAE says arrests terror cell planning attacks

By REUTERS
December 26, 2012 17:09

 
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DUBAI - Security forces in the United Arab Emirates have arrested a cell of UAE and Saudi Arabian citizens which was planning to carry out militant attacks in both countries and other states, the official news agency WAM said on Wednesday.

The group had acquired materials and equipment for use in such actions, WAM said.

"The security authorities in the UAE, in coordination with the related security parties in Saudi Arabia, announced the arrest of an organized cell from the deviant group that was planning to carry out actions against national security of both countries and some sisterly states," WAM said.

The phrase "the deviant group" is often used by authorities in Saudi Arabia to describe al-Qaida members.

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