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U.S. Fears 'Wave of Attacks'

Saying Al Qaeda is probably to blame for blasts that killed 29 in Riyadh, officials focus on dozens of cities that could be vulnerable. U.S. officials said Tuesday they are increasingly convinced that the Al Qaeda terrorist network was responsible for the triple bombing that shook this capital city Monday night, killing at least 29 people, including seven Americans, and warned that more attacks are possible. As U.S. and Saudi officials began surveying the wreckage at the three housing complexes for foreigners that were targeted in the simultaneous attacks, officials said some of the injuries among the 200 wounded were so serious that the death toll was likely to climb. U.S. officials said nine bombers in the attacks were among the 29 killed but that several additional attackers may still be at large. U.S. intelligence officials also said there have been indications that a wave of attacks was planned on the Arabian Peninsula and suggested that the threat has not passed. Full Story

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