Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Investigators sift through mounds of concrete and steel rubble at a housing compound in northeastern Riyadh (search), Saudi Arabia, where one of several car bombs that exploded Monday night left a crater 20 feet wide and 3 feet deep. Saudi authorities raised the death toll in the attacks to 25, including eight Americans. Three housing compounds where foreign residents lived were devastated. Nine homicide bombers also were killed.

Plus:

• Villagers pull body after body from a mass grave in central Iraq, exhuming the remains of up to 3,000 people they suspect were killed during the 1991 Shiite revolt (search) against Saddam Hussein's regime.

• Iraq is front and center in the United Nations. The Security Council will discuss the oil-for-food program (search) and whether sanctions should be lifted.

• A bomb explodes in a Yemeni court, wounding several people in the same place where a suspected Al Qaeda militant was condemned to death last week for killing three U.S. missionaries.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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