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29 killed in iraq blasts BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Fears of terrorism have led to increased fears in Saudi Arabia after several Saudi nationals were killed in two bombings in the country’s first days after a Saudi Arabian travel ban on the travel of those from the seven majority-Muslim countries came into effect. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/fea더킹카지노rs-of-terrorism-have-led-to-increased-fears-in-saudi-australia-after-several-saudis-were-killed-in-two-bombings-in-the-countrys-first-days-after-a-saudian-travel-ban-on-the-travel-of-those-from-the-seven-majority-muslims-comes-into-effect-26947045.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/article26947034.ece/8a84c/AUTOCROP/h더킹카지노342/PANews%20BT_P-1c2fc764-a6f9-4fd9-ad1c-36cae3c5cd2c_I1.jpg

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Fears of terrorism have led to increased fears in Saudi Arabia after several Saud더킹카지노i nationals were killed in two bombings in the country’s first days after a Saudi Arabian travel ban on the travel of those from the seven majority-Muslim countries came into effect.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry said the two deadly explosions were carried out by two suicide bombers, who used the identity of their victims to claim the attacks as retaliation for Saudi Arabia’s decision to ban the burqa or full face veil.

The Saudis said the bomber acted alone, without any involvement by local Arab and Islamic groups.

They added that although they have no information on a possible connection between the victims of the twin blast, or any other terrorist incident in which a Saudi national was killed, they would take any lead from foreign intelligence as part of the investigation.

Saudia’s interior ministry said two brothers carrying bomb-making materials and two others attacked a hospital in the central town of Mokhbar about 40 kilometres (25 miles) south of Jeddah, killing 15 patients and wounding dozens, some badly.

The security threat there had been “significantly increased”, it said.

In a separate incident o