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Saudis Deny Ignoring Warnings of Terrorist Attack

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Saudis Deny Ignoring Warnings of Terrorist Attack

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Saudis Deny Ignoring Warnings of Terrorist Attack

Saudis Deny Ignoring Warnings of Terrorist Attack

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Saudi officials deny charges from the U.S. ambassador in Riyadh that they ignored warnings from American intelligence operatives that a terrorist attack was imminent. Saudi officials also say 15 Saudi citizens were involved in Monday's suicide bombing attacks in Riyadh. Nine of them died at the scene — along with the 25 victims. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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