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U.S. Military Attacked in Saudi Capital

Gunmen attacked American military personnel in the capital Riyadh on Wednesday, slightly injuring the driver, while police killed two militants in an unrelated incident in the kingdom’s west. A security official, speaking on condition of anonymity, identified one of the dead as Abdul Rahman Mohammed Yazji, No. 25 on a list of Saudi Arabia’s 26 most-wanted militants. The other man could not be immediately identified. The attack on the Americans came just days after gunmen opened fire and took several hostages in a raid on a compound in the eastern oil city of Khobar. Twenty-two people, mostly foreigners working in the oil industry, were killed in that raid, which ended after commandos raided the compound. One gunman was wounded and arrested; three others escaped. Full Story

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