Official: One of Riyadh's most wanted killed in July shootout
One of the six Saudi militants killed in a July 28 shootout was a member of the 19-strong "terrorist" cell wanted in connection with the May 12 Riyadh blasts that left 35 dead, the Saudi government said on Tuesday.
"Ahmed bin Nasir Abdullah al-Dakhil, a Saudi national, is one of the 19 most wanted persons," an interior ministry official said in a statement carried by SPA news agency.
The ministry official named the others killed as Saudi nationals Karim Olayan al-Ramthan al-Faridi al-Harbi, Saud Amer Suleiman al-Qurashi and Mohammed Ghazi Salim al-Wafi al-Harbi, along with Isa Kamal Yusuf Khater and Isa Saleh Ali Ahmed, both from Chad. (Albawaba.com)
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