ISIS claims responsibility for Saudi mosque suicide bombing

By REUTERS
August 6, 2015 19:38

 
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CAIRO - Islamic State on Thursday claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in south-western Saudi Arabia, according to a statement circulating on Twitter.

The group said a suicide bomber had infiltrated a "military camp" for the Special Emergency Force in Asir province. It did not specify that the attack was in a mosque.

The Saudi interior ministry said the attack killed 15 people.

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