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Saudis Continue Search for Al Qaeda Beheading Suspects

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Saudis Continue Search for Al Qaeda Beheading Suspects

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Saudis Continue Search for Al Qaeda Beheading Suspects

Saudis Continue Search for Al Qaeda Beheading Suspects

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Police and security forces in Saudi Arabia continue their search for suspects in the kidnapping and beheading of American engineer Paul Johnson. On Friday, Saudi security forces killed four suspected militants — including the man said to head the local al Qaeda organization — and are looking for more members of the cell. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook and NPR's Julie McCarthy, reporting from the capital city of Riyadh.

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