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American killed in Saudi Arabia
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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-AP -- An American has been shot dead in Saudi Arabia.

That word from the U-S Embassy.

The shooting occurred in the eastern part of Riyadh, the capital.

An American was among the 22 people killed in a shooting rampage and hostage-taking in Khobar last month.

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