Interpol after 47 Saudis for alleged al-Qaida ties
Interpol says it has placed 47 Saudis with alleged links to the al-Qaida terror network on its most-wanted list.
Over the weekend, Saudi Arabia asked Interpol for its help in tracking the suspects - all Saudi nationals - beyond its borders. Saudi officials say they are believed to be planning attacks in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia routinely releases lists of wanted al-Qaida suspects. The country has aggressively battled the group since a series of attacks inside the kingdom that began in 2003. An al-Qaida offshoot has been active in neighbouring Yemen.