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President Bush condemns Riyadh bombing as ''ruthless murder''
13/05/2003   |   06:35 PM | Gulf News
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President Bush condemns Riyadh bombing as 'ruthless murder' WASHINGTON, May 13 (KUNA) -- President Bush Tuesday condemned last night's suicide bombings in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as "ruthless murder" of American citizens and nationals of other countries.
"Today's attacks in Saudi Arabia, the ruthless murder of American citizens and other citizens remind us that the war on terror continues," Bush said in a speech in Indianapolis, Indiana, originally designated to promoting the president's proposed 550-billion-dollar tax cut plan.
"My thoughts and prayers and those of our fellow citizens are with the families of the victims of yesterday's murder in Saudi Arabia ... we pray for them ... we mourn the loss of life," Bush said.
"These despicable acts were committed by killers whose only faith is hate and the United States will find the killers and they will learn the meaning of American justice," he said.
At least 7 Americans are confirmed dead in the bombing which also claimed the lives of scores of people of other countries. The injured could be in the hundreds. (end) aj.mab KUNA 131835 May 03NNNN
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