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Saudi Arabia / Riyadh Bombings #729353

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 24, 2003
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) The reopening by Germany & Britain of their embassies in Saudi Arabia, which had been closed since the bombings in Riyadh, reported.

(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Sheila MacVicar) A wake-up call for the Saudis, who were included as targets in the recent terror attacks in Riyadh, featured; details given about efforts to crack down on hatred against the West. [Survivors Rhym & Abdo Salaam KAYALI†- talk about the attack.] [Arab News, Riyadh bureau chief Raed QUSTI†- says this has woken them up; comments on calls for tolerance.] [US ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert JORDAN†- says there will probably be a sincere effort by the Saudis to eliminate root causes.]

Savidge, Martin;
MacVicar, Sheila

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