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Two more Saudi princes released after graft probe

Two more Saudi princes released after graft probe

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Two sons of Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, who were detained in the Kingdom's declared crackdown on corruption, have been released after a deal was struck with authorities, Arab media reported.

Two more Saudi princes released after graft probe

As per details, Saudi authorities have released two more princes after a deal was struck, included Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah former governor of Mecca province, and the former head of the Saudi Red Crescent Authority, Prince Faisal bin Abdullah, who have left the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh where detainees were being held.

Earlier, Saudi authorities have said that they hope to collect around $100 billion from the princes, businessmen and officials who were detained in the Nov 4 crackdown, which included one of the world’s richest men -- Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.

The administration is presently attempting to wrap up the test, and the lawyer general said in an announcement recently that settlement talks are "relied upon to be finished up inside half a month."

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