Saudi Arabia’s U.S. ambassador warned Monday that new intelligence suggests there could be more terror attacks in Saudi Arabia or the United States. Prince Bandar bin Sultan also said the kingdom received warning before the May 12 bombings that killed 34 people at three housing compounds outside of Riyadh, the Saudi capital. “Yes, we had warning, yes we had heightened alert but we never had a specific time and place designated,” Prince Bandar told reporters in Riyadh. Other attacks were possible, he said, based on new intelligence. “There is chatter, a high level of chatter regionally and in other international spots” about possible attacks in Saudi Arabia or the United States, Prince Bandar said. U.S. official said Monday that Saudi and U.S. investigators are fully cooperating in the probe into the Riyadh attacks, though an FBI team is not interrogating suspects. Full Story
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