Turki al-Sudairi, the former editor-in-chief of Saudi daily newspaper Al Riyadh, died on Saturday aged 73.
He was considered one of the most influential newspaper editors and columnists in Saudi Arabia.
Sudairi also held the position of chairman of the Saudi Journalists Association.
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