One killed in bomb blast near Riyadh targeting police station
Police are seen on patrol in Saudi Arabia. (File photo)
A bomb blast targeting Saudi police has killed an expatriate in Riyadh, the interior ministry said Sunday.
The bombing targeted a security patrol vehicle parked near a police station in Al-Kharj, near Riyadh, late on Saturday, the ministry said, quoted by the official Saudi Press Agency.
The Saudi interior ministry has reportedly launched an investigation into the incident.
It did not specify the expatriate’s nationality but said two security patrols were damaged.
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