DUBAI (Reuters) – A senior Saudi official yesterday denied as “baseless” a New York Times report that Prince Mohammed bin Nayef has been confined to his palace and barred from travelling abroad after being replaced by the king’s son as next in line to the throne. The official said Mohammed bin Nayef, a veteran interior minister, was continuing to host guests and there were no restrictions at all on his or his family’s movements. Mohammed bin Nayef was relieved of all his duties a week ago.
Saudi prince ‘not confined’
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