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No release of information on Saudi Arabia related to 9/11 attacks: Bush

President George W. Bush said that he could not grant a Saudi request to declassify sections of a congressional report into the September 11 attacks as it would “help the enemy.” Saudi Arabia has asked for 28 pages of the report which involve the kingdom to be made public, and requested a meeting between Bush and top Saudi diplomat Prince Saud al-Faisal that took place at around 1900 GMT Tuesday. According to US congressional sources, elements in the 28 pages raise questions about Saudi responsibilities in the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon outside Washington, which left some 3,000 people dead. But Bush said he had “absolutely … no qualms at all” about keeping the data secret, as he did not wish to prejudice an investigation into the 2001 attacks. Full Story

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