AL-TAREEQ: Aden weekly, 12-5-98. [Archives:1998/20/Press Review]
(Independent) Main Headline:
1- A Central Security patrol killed two men in Aden. Their families refuse to receive their bodies from the city morgue until the perpetrators are brought to justice.
2- The Military Intelligence apparatus sequesters the civil registry building in Shabwa and threatens to kick the employees out.
3- Conflict worsens between the executive authorities and the People’s General Congress in Shabwa because of the latter’s constant interference in top-job appointments in the governorate.
4- Guards at the Shabwa TV relay station resorted to taking all the equipment, protesting not being paid for the last 4 months.
By Hussain Al-Saqqaf
Security forces in Zanzibar, Abyan, announced the arrest of two men in their early thirties accused of forging official seals, national service books, secondary-school certificates and title deeds of plots of land in the former Fadhli sultanate.
Police suspicion was aroused when one of the men sold plots of land worth YR 3 million by using counterfeit title deeds stamped with forged rubber stamps. Some influential figures are trying to divert attention from the case.