Two prominent security leaders die from wounds after being targeted in Aden and Lahj

Aden (Debriefer)
2019-11-04 | Since 8 Month

Yemeni Vice President Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar

The Yemeni Interior Ministry announced on Sunday the death of Colonel Fahad Faisal Saif Al-Qurashi, the head of police in Lahj province in southern Yemen, suffered by injuries sustained in the recent events in Aden last August.

Yemeni Vice President Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar sent a message of condolence on the "martyrdom of police chief in Lahj province," listing his veterans and his "heroic roles in combating terrorism and extremism."

Vice President Lt. Gen. Ali Mohsen Saleh sent a cable of condolences on the martyrdom of police chief in the province of Lahj, Colonel Fahad Faisal Al-Qurashi.

Also on Sunday, a police investigation officer in Borayqa district, west of Aden, died of gunshot wounds on Saturday.

The Yemeni investigation officer Jamal Al-Subaihi died after being shot by an unidentified gunman, wounding various parts of his body near his house in Al-Farisi area in the center of Borayqa in Aden Governorate.

In Aden and a number of southern Yemen governorates repeated  the asassinations of security, military and intelligence officers, as well as local authority officials and clerics.

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