GCC security heads to hold meeting on combating terror
Senior security chiefs from Gulf Arab states are scheduled to meet in Riyadh Sunday to discuss their anti-terrorism plans and coordinate efforts, according to a newspaper report Saturday.
The secret service heads of the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states will also discuss ways to "exchange information between the Gulf security agencies with the aim to combat terrorism," Al-Riyadh reported.
The newspaper, quoting security sources in Kuwait, said the meeting would deal with "working out appropriate plans and step up monitoring and hunting of suspects." (Albawaba.com)
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