Saudi Arabia vowed not to rest until it has “cleaned up” the Kingdom of any remaining terror cells following the arrest of 16 suspected terrorists, thwarting attacks on key installations in the Kingdom. Interior Minister Prince Naif told Asharq Al-Awsat, a sister publication of Arab News, the 16 detained men were “certainly” members of Al-Qaeda. “We will not stop until we are absolutely certain that the country has been cleaned of these people,” Prince Naif vowed, adding that it was premature to call a halt to the crackdown on suspected militants. A large cache of arms and ammunitions was found in hideouts in Riyadh, Qasim and the Eastern Province. Prince Naif said the weapons had been smuggled into the Kingdom, adding that further details would be provided only after a full investigation was completed. Full Story
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