Khaled Al-Maeena

Editor-in-Chief, Arab News

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Editor-in-Chief of Arab News, an English language newspaper based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and distributed throughout the Middle East

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As President Obama  arrived in Saudi Arabia  today, Al-Jazeera aired what purports to be a  threatening new audiotape  from Osama bin Laden.

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As President Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia today, Al-Jazeera aired what purports to be a threatening new audiotape from Osama bin Laden.

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As President Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia today, Al-Jazeera aired what purports to be a  threatening new audiotape  from Osama bin Laden.

President Obama Arrives in the Middle East

As President Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia today, Al-Jazeera aired what purports to be a threatening new audiotape from Osama bin Laden.

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