IS claims suicide bombing on Shiite mosque in Saudi, 4 dead

Smoke rises after a car exploded near a Shi'ite mosque in Saudi Arabia's DammamRIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — A suicide bomber disguised as a woman blew himself up in the parking lot of a Shiite mosque during Friday prayers, killing four people in the second such attack in as many weeks claimed by the Islamic State group.


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