Saudi Arabia: 22 Die in Attack Saudi officials say militants suspected to have links to al Qaeda killed 22 people before government commandos flushed them out of an upscale housing complex in an early-morning raid. The raid, launched from helicopters, ended a standoff stemming from Saturday's attacks on foreigners working in Khobar oil offices. Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer and Global Radio News reporter Nigel Perry.
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Saudi Arabia: 22 Die in Attacks, Hostage Standoff

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Saudi Arabia: 22 Die in Attacks, Hostage Standoff

Saudi Arabia: 22 Die in Attacks, Hostage Standoff

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Saudi officials say militants suspected to have links to al Qaeda killed 22 people before government commandos flushed them out of an upscale housing complex in an early-morning raid. The raid, launched from helicopters, ended a standoff stemming from Saturday's attacks on foreigners working in Khobar oil offices. Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer and Global Radio News reporter Nigel Perry.