A Saudi police officer checks the boot of a car at a security checkpoint in Saudi Arabia's eastern Gulf coast town of Qatif.
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Saudi Arabia's security forces said Wednesday that they had thwarted two terrorist attacks in the predominantly Shiite Eastern Province and that at least one of the bombings was being planned by Daesh (ISIS) recruits.In July, Saudi Arabia identified a Pakistani man as being behind a suicide bombing outside the U.S. Consulate in the western city of Jeddah. Police later arrested 12 Pakistanis and seven Saudis in connection with that attack and two others that took place in Qatif and Madina.
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