Rocket landings at Saudi-Iraq border under probe

Posted: July 9, 2014 in Current Affairs
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Three Hawn rockets fell on Monday in a desert area near the northern border area of Jadida Arar, but caused no injuries or damages, a spokesman of the Border Guards has revealed.

An investigation has been launched to identify the source of the rockets, Maj. Mohammed Al-Ghamdi, the spokesman, told Arab News.

He said security forces are prepared to protect all the country’s borders. This includes tackling smugglers on the southern border and dealing with any fallout arising from the Iraq crisis.

He said smugglers had tried to bring record amounts of hashish into the country from Yemen since the start of Ramadan, but were foiled.

Abdullah bin Mahfouz, spokesman of the Border Guards in Jazan, told Arab News the situation is under control on the southern border but officers are on alert for any eventuality, including drugs and weapons smugglers, infiltrators, and terrorists.

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