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Bahraini Held in Saudi for Suspected 'Terror' Link

Saudi Arabia has detained a Bahraini national on suspicion of links to terrorism after last month’s deadly bombings in the kingdom, Bahrain said. The official Bahrain News Agency late Tuesday quoted an unnamed Bahraini security source as saying Saudi authorities were questioning Abdulraheem Ali al-Murbati “under the current security investigations to combat terrorism.” It was not clear if the man had been charged or if he had any direct links to the May 12 suicide bombings which killed 35 people and which have been blamed on the al Qaeda network. Bahraini newspapers earlier reported that Murbati had a brother being held at the U.S. base in Cuba among al Qaeda and Taliban suspects captured in the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan. Full Story

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