Terrorism

Saudi Arabia says four ISIL cells broken up

“Saudi Arabia has broken up four ISIL-linked cells suspected of providing shelter and funds to wanted fighters, and recruiting fighters, according to local news media reports citing the interior ministry. Automatic weapons were seized from the four cells, which comprised 15 Saudis, two Yemenis and a Sudanese man, the Saudi Press Agency quoted the ministry as saying on Thursday. Security forces also seized more than $500,000 in cash, the reports said.”

Source: Saudi Arabia says four ISIL cells broken up | News | Al Jazeera

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