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Report: Death sought for Saudi over attack on German car

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A state-linked Saudi newspaper says the kingdom's prosecutors have asked for the death sentence for a man suspected of being behind an attack on a German diplomatic car.

Medina website reported today the Saudi citizen, who was unnamed, has been accused of burning tires to shut down a road in the eastern town of al-Awamiya and shooting at a car carrying German diplomats. The site did not say when the alleged shooting occurred.



The Saudi Interior Ministry in March 2014 had announced the arrest of Ahmed al-Aradi in connection with an attack that burnt a German diplomatic vehicle in al-Awamiya and a number of other crimes, including robbery.

Al-Awamiya is heavily populated by the kingdom's minority Shiites and has been a flashpoint of anti-unrest.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Report: Death sought for Saudi over attack on German car

A state-linked Saudi newspaper says the kingdom's prosecutors have asked for the death sentence for a man suspected of being behind an attack on a German diplomatic car. Medina news website reported today the Saudi citizen, who was unnamed, has been accused of burning tires to shut down a road in the eastern town of al-Awamiya and shooting at a car carrying German diplomats. The news site did not say when the alleged shooting occurred. The Saudi Interior Ministry in March 2014 had announced the arrest of Ahmed al-Aradi in connection with an attack that burnt a German diplomatic vehicle in al-Awamiya and a number of other crimes, including robbery. Al-Awamiya is heavily populated by the kingdom's minority Shiites and has been a flashpoint of anti-government unrest. A state-linked Saudi newspaper says the kingdom's prosecutors have asked for the death sentence for a man suspected of being behind an attack on a German diplomatic car.

Medina website reported today the Saudi citizen, who was unnamed, has been accused of burning tires to shut down a road in the eastern town of al-Awamiya and shooting at a car carrying German diplomats. The site did not say when the alleged shooting occurred.

The Saudi Interior Ministry in March 2014 had announced the arrest of Ahmed al-Aradi in connection with an attack that burnt a German diplomatic vehicle in al-Awamiya and a number of other crimes, including robbery.

Al-Awamiya is heavily populated by the kingdom's minority Shiites and has been a flashpoint of anti-unrest.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Report: Death sought for Saudi over attack on German car

A state-linked Saudi newspaper says the kingdom's prosecutors have asked for the death sentence for a man suspected of being behind an attack on a German diplomatic car.

Medina website reported today the Saudi citizen, who was unnamed, has been accused of burning tires to shut down a road in the eastern town of al-Awamiya and shooting at a car carrying German diplomats. The site did not say when the alleged shooting occurred.

The Saudi Interior Ministry in March 2014 had announced the arrest of Ahmed al-Aradi in connection with an attack that burnt a German diplomatic vehicle in al-Awamiya and a number of other crimes, including robbery.

Al-Awamiya is heavily populated by the kingdom's minority Shiites and has been a flashpoint of anti-unrest.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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