Algerian authorities discover arms cache on border with Libya
The Algerian Ministry of Defense announced today the discovering of a weapon cache allegedly belonging to terrorists in Tarat town, border with Libya.
The pictures published by the Algerian authorities showed two antitank missiles, two sniper rifles,two Kalashnikov machine guns and munitions, according to Ashrouq newspaper.
During the clearing operations near the border strip, the army destroyed a mobile munitions’ depot, near the neighboring city of Batna.
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