Saudi police discover large al-Qaida weapons cache in Riyadh

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November 1, 2009 18:20

 
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Saudi authorities on Sunday announced that a large quantity of weapons belonging to an al-Qaida terror network was discovered in the capital of Riyadh. The official Saudi Press Agency quoted an Interior Ministry spokesman as saying the discovery included 281 assault rifles and 51 ammunition boxes. Gen. Mansour al-Turki said the weapons were found buried in an empty rest house in the capital. Police were searching for the owners of the house whom they suspect of having links with al-Qaida, he added.

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