Saudi Bomb Report NPR's Martha Raddatz reports that the Pentagon has concluded that the terrorist bombing of a military installation in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia that resulted in the deaths of nineteen US servicemen in this summer was not the result of faulty intelligence but of a failure of the military command to adopt necessary security precautions.
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NPR's Martha Raddatz reports that the Pentagon has concluded that the terrorist bombing of a military installation in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia that resulted in the deaths of nineteen US servicemen in this summer was not the result of faulty intelligence but of a failure of the military command to adopt necessary security precautions.