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Deposed Saudi Prince Is Said to Be Confined to Palace - New York Times

BEIRUT, Lebanon — The recently deposed crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Nayef, has been barred from leaving the kingdom and confined to his palace in the coastal city of Jidda, according to four current and former American officials and ...and more »

Deposed Saudi crown prince confined to palace - The Guardian

Saudi boys play in front of a billboard showing King Salman flanked by Mohammed bin Salman (right) and Mohammed bin Nayef. Photograph: Amr Nabil/AP. Saudi Arabia. Deposed Saudi crown prince confined to palace. Saudi officials deny claims Mohammed bin ...and more »

Saudi official denies former crown prince confined to palace - India Today

Mohammed bin Nayef, a veteran interior minister who was admired in Washington for quashing an al Qaeda insurgency in the kingdom between 2003 and 2006, was relieved of all his duties a week ago. Reuters | Posted by Dianne A Nongrum. ...and more »

Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Nayef's detention comes as 'no surprise,' says HRW Middle East chief - The New Arab

Commenting on reports Saudi's deposed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef is under house-arrest, Human Rights Watch's executive director for Middle East and North Africa said it was 'no surprise'. Tags: Mohammed bin Nayef, HRW, anti-Qatar blockade, MBS ...and more »

Saudi Arabia denies report former heir to the throne is confined to palace - Financial Post

Mohamed bin Salman, left, now Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, in 2015 talking with then-Crown Prince and Interior Minister Mohammed bin Nayef. Last week bin Nayef was pushed out as next in line to the throne in favour of bin Salman.FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP ...and more »

Will Saudi Arabia's King Salman Abdicate? - Lawfare (blog)

Last week, King Salman abd al Aziz al Saud fired his crown prince, Muhammad bin Nayef (MBN), and elevated his favorite son, Prince Muhammad bin Salman (MBS), to be the heir apparent. No king had ever fired a sitting crown prince before, but Salman has ...and more »

Embrace a New Saudi Arabia - U.S. News & World Report

The U.S. should work with Mohammed bin Salman, the new crown prince, as he pushes for change. (Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images). Embrace a New Saudi Arabia. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to Reddit. Email. Share in LinkedIn ...and more »

Saudi Arabia denies deposed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef has been confined to palace - The Independent

Officials in Saudi Arabia have denied reports that the former next in line to the throne, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, has been put under the watch of guards loyal to his successor and barred from leaving the country. Prince bin Nayef, also formerly the ...and more »

Saudi Arabia's New Crown Prince Is a Bumbling Hothead. Trump Needs to Treat Him Like One. - POLITICO Magazine

President Donald Trump, like a star-struck teenager, has been swooning over King Salman of Saudi Arabia and his 31-year-old son and new crown prince, Mohammad Bin Salman, known to U.S. diplomats as MBS. Since FDR, American presidents have been enamored ...and more »

The World's Most Dangerous Man - Daily Reckoning

On June 19, Saudi Arabia reportedly captured three members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. A newsworthy story in its own right. But what the Saudis allege the three were doing is much bigger news. When captured, these three men were on-board one of ...and more »