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Saudis Arrest Suspects in Recent Terror Attacks
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Saudis Arrest Suspects in Recent Terror Attacks

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Saudis Arrest Suspects in Recent Terror Attacks

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Saudi officials arrest suspects in Riyadh in connection with the recent terrorist attacks there. In a separate move, Jamal Khashoggi, editor of the Al Watan newspaper — who blamed the attacks not only on al Qaeda, but also Saudi society as a whole — is removed from his job. Robert Siegel talks with Josh Meyer of the Los Angeles Times.

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