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Saudi Arabia Responds To US 9/11 Bill Veto

In the immortal words of Queen Victoria, Saudi Arabia "is not amused." With the first 9/11 lawsuit already winging its way to The Kingdom following Congress' decision to un-vet, Saudi officials have broken their silence "stressing their concern" and warning of "consequences." The Minister of State, Cabinet's Member, and Acting Minister of Culture and Information Dr. Essam bin Saad bin Saee
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