RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, May 2 (UPI) --
Saudi Arabia says it is prosecuting 86 people with suspected ties to al-Qaida.
The Saudi Press Agency said the suspects include 84 Saudi nationals, a Jordanian and a Somali, KUNA reported Wednesday.
The suspects are accused of recruitment and involvement in terrorist acts in Saudi Arabia, including acts of sabotage against the Arab Petroleum Investments Corp. and a 2004 attack in al-Khobar province, KUNA reported.
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