Saudis arrest 5 suspects in Feb. Abqaiq bombing

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April 18, 2006 19:00

 
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Saudi authorities have arrested five suspected terrorists linked to the February attack on the world's largest oil processing facility, a security official said Tuesday. One of the five is on the country's list of the 36 Most Wanted terror suspects, the official said, who was not authorized to talk to the media. He did not disclose the suspect's name.

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