21 Saudi Cadets To Be Removed From U.S. Training Program After Pensacola Shooting | TIME

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Published on 14 Jan 2020, 14:02
Attorney General William Barr announced that 21 Saudi service members training at U.S. military facilities will be expelled following an investigation into a shooting at a Naval Air Station in Florida that he called “an act of terrorism.”
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21 Saudi Cadets To Be Removed From U.S. Training Program After Pensacola Shooting | TIME