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Saudis Deny 'Jihad' Border Crossings into Iraq

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Saudis Deny 'Jihad' Border Crossings into Iraq

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Saudis Deny 'Jihad' Border Crossings into Iraq

Saudis Deny 'Jihad' Border Crossings into Iraq

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Saudi Arabia reacts angrily to recent American claims that Saudi citizens are crossing the border with Iraq to fight a holy war against occupying U.S. troops. The Saudi government says it's carefully monitoring the border, but adds there is only so much it can do. Hear NPR's Kate Seelye.

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