Letter bomb from Beirut targets Kuwaiti editor
A small explosive device in a letter addressed to an outspoken Kuwaiti newspaper editor detonated Thursday as his secretary was opening it, causing him slight injuries, the editor said.
Ahmed al-Jarallah, who owns the Al-Siyassa newspaper and its sister English-language Arab Times, told AFP that the device was hidden in a letter addressed to him and sent from Beirut.
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