Yemeni court sentences Yemenis charged of exploding the British embassy in Sanaa
Yemen, Local, 7/23/2001
A Yemeni court on Sunday released imprisonment sentences for periods between 4 to 15 years against 4 Yemenis convicted of blowing the headquarters of the British embassy in Sanaa in October, 2000.
News reports said that the court sentences 15 years imprisonment each of the main charged persons: Abu Baker Saeed Ahmad Jayoul and Ahmad Saud Musharraf while sentenced each of Ali Salaam Salem Abu Jahel and Fares al-Taher for four years.
The court also obliged the four convicted persons of paying the compensations for the damages inflicted in the embassy and the neighboring buildings as a result of the explosion and the court also decided to investigate Musharraf under the charge of exploding the house of the former Yemeni minister of the Interior Hussein Arab.
After the end of their trial in Sanaa, the four convicted persons are presumed to be brought before a court in Aden in a case of aggression which led by the end of December 2000 to the collapse of the wall of a church in Aden, an aggression attempt at a hotel and at the office of the Yemeni News agency Sabaa near the city of Aden.
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