Saudi Princes, Former Government Ministers Arrested

Posted by By Isobel Frodsham and Gareth Davies on November 5, 2017 (updated November 6, 2017) Daily MailOnline U.K. Could London’s Savoy become Saudi Arabian government property? Billionaire hotel owner among dozens arrested in anti-corruption crackdown as Riyadh threatens to seize assets tied up in the alleged fraud According to local reports, Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal is one of the men arrested He owns London’s Savoy and has shares in Twitter, Apple and Time Warner Crown Prince Salman formed the anti-corruption commission by royal decree Eleven princes and 38 government ministers have are being held in 5-star hotels Dozens of princes and former government ministers have been arrested in Saudi Arabia hours after an anti-corruption commission was formed. Officials…

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