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Saudi Crown Prince meets commander of U.S. Central Command -report

Reuters Monday, 15 April 2019
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met U.S. Central Command commander General Kenneth McKenzie in the capital Riyadh to discuss cooperation between the two countries, especially in the military arena, Saudi Press Agency said late on Monday.
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