Saudi Arabia 'kills' wanted man

Radadi was number six on the 15 most-wanted list in Saudi Arabia.

    The French were killed near Madain Saleh, a popular destination for Westerners [AFP] 


    Radadi was number six on the 15 most-wanted list issued by Saudi Arabia in 2005.

       

    The February attack was the first in three months against Westerners in Saudi Arabia. The kingdom was rocked by a spate of bombings and shootings blamed on suspected al-Qaeda fighters that started in May 2003, triggering a relentless security crackdown on Islamist extremists.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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