Mysteries of the North

There is still no word, at least that I have heard on the two major mysteries of the past year in Sa'dah.

1. What exactly happened to the remaining six kidnapping victims and who is behind their abduction and the death of their three colleagues?

2. Will Saudi Arabia confirm the death of two wanted militants, including a former Guantanamo detainee, in the fighting in Sa'dah? Word is that the authorities are waiting for DNA confirmation, but they need the bodies first, which they don't have as of last report. But all this begs the questions as to what these two Saudis were doing in Sa'dah in the first place?

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