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A Month After Arrests In Corruption Probe, Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General Issues First Statement

Four Saudi billionaires are reported to be among the 159 people detained, including investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. A source has told Forbes that Alwaleed isn’t accepting the terms offered by the Saudi authorities.
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