Saudis arrest al Qaeda leader

The Saudis arrested three more men in connection with the Riyadh bombing including one of the 19 originally sought before the bombing.

"Al-Watan daily said at least three alleged al-Qaida members were arrested in an Internet cafe in the holy city of Medina, including Ali Abd al-Rahman al-Faqasi al-Ghamdi, who is believed to be the mastermind of the bombings. The paper said there were reports of two other arrests.

"U.S. officials have said al-Ghamdi is among al-Qaida's top men in Saudi Arabia."


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