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Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the kingdom's former ambassador to the United States, is reportedly under house arrest over a conspiracy against the monarch.
Saad al-Faqih, head of the opposition group Islamic Reform Movement, told Arab-language TV al-Alam that Prince Bandar has been disappeared and the media has published no word from the ex-diplomat's whereabouts since nearly three months ago.
According to al-Faqih, the prince first disappeared in Britain but he returned to the kingdom shortly afterwards.
He added that after Saudi officials discovered that he had provoked 200 agen
Originally posted by TOSFORUS Maybe some country that will be able to pay it's oil bills off in a currency that is actually worth something?
Originally posted by Gorman91
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Sorry, but I'm not informed.
Who's this guy, was his coup good or bad, and was the nation right or wrong in stopping him? Also what repercussions would his removal bring to US oil availability.