CIA: No ev­i­dence ...

Pakistan Observer - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL -

tacks,” Bren­nan told alAra­biya, the Saudi-owned broad­caster, on Satur­day.

“In­deed, sub­se­quently the as­sess­ments that have been done have shown it was very un­for­tu­nate that these at­tacks took place but this was the work of al-Qaida, (al-Qaida leader Ay­man) al-Zawahri, and oth­ers of that ilk,” said Bren­nan, who called Riyadh a strong U.S. part­ner in fight­ing ter­ror­ism.

Bren­nan said he sup­ports the re­lease of the still clas­si­fied part of the con­gres­sional in­quiry. The Saudi gov­ern­ment says it has been “wrong­fully and mor­bidly ac­cused of com­plic­ity” in the at­tacks, is fight­ing ex­trem­ists and work­ing to clamp down on their fund­ing chan­nels.—AP

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