SAUDI TOP PROSECUTOR SUMMONS TWITTER USERS FOR HARMING PUBLIC ORDER

RIYADH, Aug 13 (Reuters) - A group of Twitter users will be indicted in Saudi Arabia on charges of harming public order for threatening the "safety and...

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