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Top militant incidents in Saudi Arabia: 2004

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1 22 May German chef Hermann Dengl is shot and killed at a Jarir Bookstore in Riyadh. 95641
2 6 June Simon Cumbers, an Irish cameraman for the BBC, is killed and the reporter Frank Gardner very severely wounded by gunshots to his head in Riyadh. 27
3 5 August Faris Ahmed Jamaan al-Showeel al-Zahrani (#11 on the government's list of most-wanted) is captured in Abha without a fight. 12
4 13 July Khaled al-Harbi, who is listed on the government's most-wanted list, surrenders in Iran, is flown to Saudi Arabia. < 5
5 4 August Tony Christopher, an Irish expatriate, is shot and killed at his desk in Riyadh. < 5
6 14 July Ibrahim al-Harb surrenders himself in Syria. < 5
7 1 July Abdullah ibn Ahmed Al-Rashoud is killed in shootout east of the capital. Bandar Al-Dakheel escapes. Two policemen (Bandar Al-Qahtani and Humoud Abdullah Al-Harbi) are killed. < 5

Top militant incidents in Saudi Arabia: 2005

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1 3 July Younus Mohamed Al-Hiyari (The first name on List A) is killed in a shoot-out with police in eastern Riyadh. Six police officers were injured in the clash which included the use of homemade bombs by the militants. Three men were arrested, but their names were not immediately released. < 5
2 1 August King Fahad dies and is succeeded by his half-brother Abdullah. Pundits predict no change in government policy as the crown prince had managed national affairs for several years during the king's illness. < 5
3 9 May Abdul Aziz ibn Rasheed Al-Inazi is arrested after a shoot-out in Riyadh. His is described in the press as a leader of the Religious Committee of the insurgency. < 5
4 25 July Mohamed Saeed Al-Amry (number ten on List A) is captured in Madinah along with two unnamed others. He was carrying an explosive device when he was captured. < 5


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