SAUDI ARABIA - July 3 - Top Suspect In Riyadh Bombings Killed.An Al Qaida member who was the top suspect wanted in the May 12 Riyadh suicide bombings Noun 1. suicide bombing - a terrorist bombing carried out by someone who does not hope to survive it
bombing - the use of bombs for sabotage; a tactic frequently used by terrorists
suicide bombing n → is killed along with three other militants in a shootout Shootout
Venture capital jargon. Refers to two or more venture capital firms fighting for the startup. with the police in the town of Suweir, 900 km north-west of Riyadh. The police swooped down early in the morning on Turki Nasser Dandani and his associates, who were found in a house. After a 5-hour shootout, the suspects ran out of ammunition. Four suspects, including Dandani, were killed; a fifth man gave himself up. Dandani, a member of Osama Bin Laden's Al Qaida network, was being pursued for his alleged involvement in the May 12 suicide bombings of Westerners' housing compounds in Riyadh, which killed 25 people along with 9 attackers. He became the most wanted Most Wanted may refer to:
on June 28 at the home of Deputy Interior Minister Prince Mohammad Bin Nayaf. Interior Minister Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz said at the time that "some important suspects" were still at large, and Dandani's name was the foremost mentioned in news reports. Dandani was the No. 1 figure on the wanted list of 19 suspected militants that Saudi police published after an arms cache was found in Riyadh on May 6. US counter-terrorism officials in Washington predicted that Ghamdi's arrest would severely hamper Al Qaida's operations in the kingdom. Analysts say Dandani's death is likely to further diminish the group's capacity. The kingdom is the birthplace birth·place
The place where someone is born or where something originates.
the place where someone was born or where something originated
Noun 1. of Bin Laden and home to 15 of the 19 hijackers who took part in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the US. The authorities have detained de·tain
tr.v. de·tained, de·tain·ing, de·tains
1. To keep from proceeding; delay or retard.
2. To keep in custody or temporary confinement: at least 125 people since May 12 in a sweep that has seen armed police manning checkpoints in major cities, checking identity papers identity papers npl → documentos mpl (de identidad); documentación fsg
identity papers identity npl → Ausweispapiere pl and searching cars.