Saudi Banks freeze over 1,200 accounts in corruption probe, number still rising
Saudi Arabian banks have frozen more than 1,200 accounts belonging to individuals and companies in the kingdom as part of the government's anti-corruption purge, bankers and lawyers said on Tuesday.
They added that the number is continuing to rise
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