Saudi Arabia Seizes Weapons, Bullets in Border Arrests, SPA Says
Saudi Arabian authorities seized nine Kalashnikov semi-automatic rifles, 79 pistols and ammunition when they arrested two men trying to enter the country from Yemen, the Saudi Press Agency said, citing Colonel Abdullah al-Hamrani, Information Spokesman at the Border Guards in Asir.
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