Saudi Arabia: Dissident princes

The London-based BBC Arabic in mid-August carried a report on three Europe-based Saudi princes who have disappeared, along with an interview with a fourth dissident, Prince Khaled bin Farhan. The BBC said the three missing princes – Sultan Bin Turki Bin Abdelaziz, Turki Bin Bandar and Saud Bin Saif Al-Nasr – were likely abducted and flown back to the kingdom. Prince Sultan is a son of the late Prince Turki (died 2016), a member of the Sudairi Seven. 
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