A group of al-Qaeda terrorists, which includes a Canadian believed to be on the run in Saudi Arabia, is suspected of planning or taking part in a series of bombings that killed at least 21 foreigners in Riyadh. Abdul-Rahman Mansour Jabarah, a 23-year-old who spent his adolescence in St. Catharines, Ont., was fingered by Saudi authorities as one of 19 al-Qaeda fugitives who disappeared into the capital after a shootout with authorities last week. Yesterday, a top Saudi official confirmed that some of those 19 fugitives were thought to have taken part in Monday’s bombings, in which at least nine attackers were also killed. Full Story
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