Saudi Arabia uncovers militant group plotting attacks against govt.

Saudi Arabia uncovers militant group plotting attacks against govt.

PanARMENIAN.Net - Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday, May 6, it had uncovered a militant group with links to "extremist elements" in Syria and Yemen that had been plotting to attack government targets, Saudi state television reported, citing the Interior Ministry.

The cell comprised 62 members, including 59 Saudi militants, a Yemeni, a Pakistani and a Palestinian, state television said, according to Reuters.

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