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Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post

Two suspected Al Qaeda militants blew themselves up after being trapped inside a security public service building in southern Saudi Arabia.

Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
Saudi Interior ministry's spokesman Mansur al-Turki speaks during a press conference at the Saudi Officers club on July 5, 2014 in Riyadh. Turki said that two suspected of al-Qaeda militants blew themselves up after being trapped inside a security public service building in southern Saudi Arabia, following an attack on a border post with Yemen that left five security officers dead on the two sides of the border. (AFP/Getty Images)
Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
Saudi Interior ministry's spokesman Mansur al-Turki speaks during a press conference at the Saudi Officers club on July 5, 2014 in Riyadh. Turki said that two suspected of al-Qaeda militants blew themselves up after being trapped inside a security public service building in southern Saudi Arabia, following an attack on a border post with Yemen that left five security officers dead on the two sides of the border. (AFP/Getty Images)
Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
Saudi Interior ministry's spokesman Mansur al-Turki speaks during a press conference at the Saudi Officers club on July 5, 2014 in Riyadh. Turki said that two suspected of al-Qaeda militants blew themselves up after being trapped inside a security public service building in southern Saudi Arabia, following an attack on a border post with Yemen that left five security officers dead on the two sides of the border. (AFP/Getty Images)
Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
A general view shows the southeastern Yemen city of Mukalla, on April 29, 2014. Suspected Al-Qaeda militants killed 18 Yemeni soldiers in separate ambushes as the army launched a ground offensive against their remaining strongholds in the south, medical and security sources said. Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula -- a merger of the network's Yemeni and Saudi branches -- is regarded by Washington as its most dangerous franchise and has been subjected to an intensifying drone war this year. (AFP/Getty Images)
Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
A Yemeni soldier walks in a graveyard that is set to be the final resting place for the victims of the attack on the Defence Ministry compound earlier in the week, ahead of their funeral in Sanaa on December 8, 2013. Militants who launched a brazen daylight assault on the Yemeni defence ministry on December 5, that killed 56 people were mostly Saudis, investigators said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
Yemeni men inspect the site where a Saudi diplomat and his bodyguard were killed in Sanaa's southern district of Hada, where embassies and diplomats' residences are located, on November 28, 2012. The two Sudi men were killed in broad daylight when their car was raked with gunfire by unidentified assailants in the Yemeni capital, a diplomatic source said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Attack on Saudi-Yemen border post
Yemeni men line up to receive Yemen's former deputy prime minister for home affairs, Sadeq Abu Ras, as he arrives in Sanaa on June 3, 2012 after receiving treatment in Saudi Arabia for injuries inflicted by shelling on the presidential compound in June 2011. (AFP/Getty Images)