Two guards killed in clashes at Saudi jail

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December 8, 2006 00:49

 
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Saudi security forces clashed with "terrorists" who shot and killed two guards Thursday outside a prison in the western city of Jiddah where al-Qaida suspects are being held, state-run media reported. Al-Jazeera television reported late Thursday that two combatants were arrested, but this was not immediately confirmed. The Qatari-based channel did not say whether the arrests had ended the standoff.

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