File photo of Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Nayef saluting during Saudi special forces graduation ceremony near Riyadh
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Saudi Arabia's crown prince and anti-terror tsar sought Tuesday to reassure Saudis of the country's security after suicide attacks targeting the holy city of Medina, the U.S. consulate in Jeddah and Shiites in the city of Qatif.No group has claimed responsibility but ISIS has carried out a number of similar bombings in the kingdom in the past year, targeting Shiites and Saudi security forces.Saudi Crown Prince Prince Mohammad bin Nayef, who is also the Saudi interior minister, visited two security officers and a citizen wounded in the bombing in Jeddah, the state news agency SPA reported Monday evening.
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