US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to the media prior to a meeting with Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen at the State Department in Washington, DC, March 9, 2016. AFP / SAUL LOEB
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry landed Friday at a sprawling military facility in northeastern Saudi Arabia where the kingdom just finished a three-week-long counter-terrorism drill that included 20 nations and which observers say was a show of force against its foes.Kerry touched down at the King Khalid Military City near the town of Hafr al-Batin in the desert, south of the Iraqi and Kuwaiti border. Kerry's talks are expected to focus on the civil wars in Syria and Yemen, where a Saudi-led campaign has been targeting the country's Iran-backed Shiite rebels.From the kingdom, Kerry will head to Paris for talks on Sunday with Europe's top diplomats about Libya, Syria, Yemen and Ukraine.
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