Saudi Arabia says terror threat not over
The Saudi interior minister warned of more "terrorist" acts in the kingdom, a day after the publication of a new list of 36 wanted suspects who belong to the same group responsible for attacks in the past two years, an official news agency reported Wednesday.
"We didn't and haven't said that terror acts are over. Had they been over, we wouldn't have announced the new list," Interior Minister Prince Nayef said in comments reported by the official Saudi Press Agency.
Nayef warned: "The possibility of more crimes still stands." According to him, the suspects on the new list of 36 "participated in all the terror activities of the old list of 26. ... It is the same group and has the same instructions and they are totally connected to the old group, but their execution may differ."
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