Four Arrested in Connection with Riyadh Blasts

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Authorities in Saudi Arabia arrest four men in connection with the May 12 suicide attacks on three Riyadh housing complexes. The Saudi interior minister says the men are suspected of having links to al Qaeda. The blasts killed 25 bystanders, including nine employees of the Vinnell Corp., a defense contractor that has trained the Saudi military since the 1970s. Hear NPR's Kate Seelye and NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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