Saudi King Receives CIA Chief Haspel in Riyadh

The U.S Department of Justice has accused two former Twitter employees of spying for Saudi Arabia, a complaint filed on Wednesday showed

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Saudi Arabia's King Salman received the director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency in Riyadh, the Saudi state news agency SPA reported on Thursday.

It said the king and Gina Haspel discussed topics of interest but gave no further details about the meeting that was also attended by the Saudi foreign and interior ministers as well as the U.S. ambassador to the kingdom.

The U.S Department of Justice has accused two former Twitter employees of spying for Saudi Arabia, a complaint filed on Wednesday showed. Riyadh has so for not publicly commented on the charges.

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