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Saudi Mecca authorities say Greek, Saudi nationals wounded in Jeddah attack

The security services were following the attack on diplomatic staff at a World War One remembrance ceremony

Reuters , Wednesday 11 Nov 2020
Saudi police close a street leading to a non-Muslim cemetery in the Saudi city of Jeddah
Saudi police close a street leading to a non-Muslim cemetery in the Saudi city of Jeddah where a bomb struck a World War I commemoration attended by European diplomats on November 11, 2020 leaving several people wounded amid Muslim anger over French cartoons (Photo: AFP)
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Local authorities of the Saudi governorate of Mecca said a Greek national and a Saudi security officer were wounded in the "cowardly" attack on a non-Muslim cemetery in the Saudi city of Jeddah.

The security services were following the attack on diplomatic staff at a World War One remembrance ceremony, a statement carried by state news agency SPA said, adding that several consuls were present.

An investigation was under way, it added. 

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