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Saudis Offer Rewards in Hunt for Terror Suspects

The Saudi government has offered a reward of up to 300,000 riyals ($80,000) for information leading to the capture of 19 men, most of them Saudis, it says were planning to carry out a terrorist attack. Saudi police said they are hunting 17 Saudis, one Yemeni and one Iraqi with Canadian and Kuwaiti passports to face terrorism charges. The suspects fled after a shootout with security forces in Riyadh on Tuesday, according to police. Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz said 200,000 to 300,000 riyals ($53,000-$80,000) would be awarded to anyone with information leading to an arrest, plus 40,000 to 50,000 riyals ($11,000-$13,000) if the information helped the investigation, the newspaper Al Riyadh said Thursday. A dispatch Wednesday from the official Saudi Press Agency urged friends and relatives of the 19 to contact the government with information and warned against sheltering any of the suspects. Full Story

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