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Riyadh Compound Bombing Resonates in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh Compound Bombing Resonates in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh Compound Bombing Resonates in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh Compound Bombing Resonates in Saudi Arabia

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Saturday night's suicide bombing of a compound housing mostly Arab foreigners in Riyadh has officials on alert. The attack killed 17 people and wounded more than 120. U.S. and Saudi officials say that al Qaeda is responsible for the bombing. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Arab News reporter Raid Qusti.

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