A car exploded near a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia's Dammam on Friday, killing four people, a witness said. REUTERS/Ali Alhaji
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Saudi Arabia has arrested 431 people suspected of belonging to ISIS cells and thwarted attacks on mosques, security forces and a diplomatic mission, the interior ministry said Saturday.The announcement came after a car bomb exploded at a checkpoint near the kingdom's highest security prison Thursday, killing the driver and wounding two security officials in an attack claimed by ISIS. ISIS has called on supporters to carry out attacks in the kingdom and killed 25 people in two suicide bombings at Shiite Muslim mosques in the country's east in May.A Saudi man, reportedly aided by several other men from the kingdom, blew himself up in a Shiite mosque and killed 27 worshipers in June.
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