Saudi names suspects in mosque bombing, offers $1 million bounty

By REUTERS
June 3, 2015 16:07

 
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Saudi Arabia offered a cash reward of 5 million riyals ($1.3 million) for information leading to the arrest of sixteen people it said were involved in a deadly suicide bombing outside a mosque on Friday, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.

The ministry also offered a 7 million riyal ($1.9 million) reward for information that would avert any future attacks, according to a statement published by state news agency SPA.

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