King Salman replaces chief of royal protocol
In a royal order, King Salman replaced Mohammed Al Tibaishi with Khaled Al Abad
Saudi’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz relieved his chief of royal protocol late Monday amid claims of “negative conduct” with a photojournalist, Al Arabiya News Channel reported.
In a royal order, King Salman replaced Mohammed Al Tibaishi with Khaled Al Abad, the channel added.
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