One of Saudi Arabia’s most wanted militants was killed in a shootout, police told AFP, only a day after Riyadh announced that another extremist from the kingdom’s most-wanted list had been gunned down by security forces. The clashes Wednesday and Thursday were the first reported incidents of unrest in the country since June 23, when the authorities declared an amnesty for Al-Qaeda supporters who repented and gave them a month to turn themselves in. The terror network scoffed at the offer.Full Story
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