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Saudi police kill three alleged ‘terrorists’

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's police have shot dead three men wanted for "terrorist" attacks in the country's east, the interior ministry of the kingdom said on Friday. The men -- two Saudis and a Bahraini -- were killed in an exchange of gunfire with police in the city of Saihat in the district of Qatif on July 14, the ministry said. Police seized three machine guns, a pistol, ammunition and more than 10 kilos (22 pounds) of explosives, official news agency SPA reported a ministry spokesman as saying. He said the men were…