Eight Saudi activists freed

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RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia temporarily released eight people accused of communicating with organisations opposed to the kingdom and held nine others in detention. The public prosecutor interrogated the people whom human rights groups and activists identified as women. The detainees admitted to communicating and cooperating with individuals and organisations opposed to the kingdom, recruiting people for information to hurt the country’s interests.

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