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Saudi Arabia Arrests 16 Suspected Spies

Authorities in Saudi Arabia have arrested 18 people, including an Iranian and a Lebanese, for alleged spying.

The interior ministry says the other 16 suspects are Saudis. They were arrested during raids in four regions across the country.

Officials say the alleged spies collected information for an unnamed foreign country on what the officials call vital locations and installations.

No other information was immediately available.

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