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Did the Al-Qaida snipers badly aim at US marines members? - 2 November, 2002

Today, some unknown attackers shelled in Kuwait a group of US soldiers. Nobody killed or wounded

It is notable, that US commandos were shelled during their training just in firing ground south of Kuwait capital. This was reported by Associated Press.
 
According to some anonymous source in the command group of the US military contingent in the Gulf country, the attackers arrived in the firing ground by two pickups and opened fire at US military. The source does not specify whether the Americans started to battle with terrorists, whether they succeed in capturing, wounding or killing somebody of them. Either, the type of the terrorist weapon was not specified.
 
The incident is being investigated by Kuwait authorities. Though, there is no hope for the attackers being soon found and detained. According to AP, the attacks of the kind are regular in Kuwait. This is only one of many others.

Akhtyam Akhtyrov
PRAVDA.Ru

Translated by Vera Solovieva

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