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Terrorists plan "spectacular attack" in Saudi Arabia: report

Intelligence agencies fear that the Islamic terrorists behind the deadly kidnappings in Saudi Arabia over the weekend are planning a “spectacular attack” in the country, The Times of London reported. Twenty-two people were killed in the Saudi terrorist operation by gunmen who slit the throats of several foreigners, before commandos stormed a housing complex to rescue dozens of hostages on Sunday. Key oil installations, or the causeway linking Saudi Arabia to Bahrain are among the possible targets of a future attack, according to the British newspaper’s intelligence sources. Final preparations for such an attack are being made by Al-Qaeda sympathisers, The Times said. The Saudi interior ministry on Sunday listed the dead from the hostage-taking and related violence as: eight Indians, three Filipinos, three Saudis, two Sri Lankans, one American, one Briton, an Italian, a Swede, a South African and an Egyptian. Full Story

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