U.S. Congress overrides veto on 9/11 bill to sue Saudi Arabia
The United States Congress has voted to override President Barack Obama's veto on a bill that allows Americans to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. court for alleged involvement in the September 11 attacks. The bill now becomes law.
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