Saudi Arabia: Three princes of royal household detained on costs of plotting coup

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. Saudi Arabian police have detained three princes of the royal household on costs of plotting a coup. These embody Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, brother of Shah Salman and nephew Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. The three princes have been charged with treason.

An American newspaper quoted sources as saying that King Salman's brother Prince Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud and nephew Prince Muhammad bin Nayef have been detained from their houses early Friday after being accused of treason. It can also be being instructed that Prince Nawaf's youthful brother Prince Nawaf bin Nayef has additionally been apprehended. <! –

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After the Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman took over, many massive critics, human rights activists and businessmen have been arrested in Saudi. The motion of detaining three princes can also be being thought-about a part of this. King Salman's son and Crown Prince Muhammad confronted worldwide criticism for the homicide of his outspoken anti-journalist journalist Jamal Khashogi. Khashogi was assassinated in October 2018 on the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul.

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