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Last updated: 06:45:31 PM GMT(+03) Wednesday, 26, December, 2012
 
 

Yemen Cooperating with Tribal Leaders in Search for Kidnapped Europeans

 
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Senior Interior Ministry officials met with tribal leaders in areas around Sana'a and called on them to assist in the search for a Finnish couple and Austrian kidnapped earlier this week in the center of the Yemeni capital Sana'a.

One official told Yemen Post that tribal influence in regions surrounding Sana'a is strong which brings up the need for the government to cooperate with the elders hoping to quicken the pace of the investigation.

"The tribal leaders have their eyes in most of the area surrounding Sana'a and we want to ensure that we use all the tools in our hands to help in the search," an Interior Ministry official told Yemen Post.

The official would not give details of where the investigation stands but confirmed the government still lacks enough evidence to know where exactly the kidnapped are.

 

 

 

 


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