Saudis ban leading Arab paper after al-Qaida accusations

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August 28, 2007 17:02

 
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Saudi Arabia's government has banned the influential Arab newspaper Al Hayat from distribution in the kingdom, just days after it published an article that a Saudi man had served as a key figure for an al-Qaida front group in Iraq, journalists and diplomats said Tuesday.

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