Jordan's King Abdullah says security forces have arrested a woman who failed blow herself up in Wednesday's triple suicide bombing in Amman.
Speaking today in the Jordanian capital, the king said the woman was the wife of another attacker and she had failed to detonate her own explosive device.
Indian police say they have arrested the suspected coordinator of last month's deadly triple bombings in New Delhi.
Police commissioner K.K. Paul told reporters today (Sunday) that alleged Kashmiri militant Tariq Ahmad Dar is believed to be the chief conspirator and financier of the attacks.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in Saudi Arabia today (Sunday) for talks aimed at improving relations between the two longtime allies.
Ms. Rice and her Saudi counterpart, Prince Saud al-Faisal, are conducting the first high-level strategic dialogue session between the two nations. They will discuss Iraq, energy and security issues, and Saudi Arabia's human rights record, which came under renewed criticism in a recent State Department report on religious freedom.
President Bush and Saudi King Abdullah agreed to set up the strategic dialogue earlier this year, in an effort to further improve bilateral ties.
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