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FBI Hunts Former Twitter Employees in Saudi Spying Case

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FBI Hunts Former Twitter Employees in Saudi Spying Case

FBI Hunts Former Twitter Employees in Saudi Spying Case

Ali Alzabarah and Ahmed Almutairi are Saudi citizens and currently believed to be in Saudi Arabia.

Andria Borba reports.

(11-7-19)

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