Saudi security authorities search for more ''terrorists''
Saudi security authorities disclosed on Thursday their agents were making efforts to arrest a number of "terrorists" linked to seven terror cells, which their other members were killed during clashes in the past months. The Saudi security forces are mainly intrested to capture Abdulaziz Al-Miqrin and Saleh Al-Ofi, who are believed to be leaders of Al-Qaeda network in Saudi Arabia and the two masterminds of Riyadh's Al-Muhaya complex bombing last November.
The Saudi daily, Okaz quoted a security official as saying that since the launch of the campaign against "terrorists," Saudi security bodies have carried out strict security procedures to protect residential complexes which include foreign nationals. (Albawaba.com)
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