Saudi Arabia's corruption crackdown, where hundreds were detained in Riyadh's Ritz-Carlton hotel for weeks, is over in some senses, but now the government is looking to collect on the deals made between the detained business leaders and officials.
The anti-corruption crackdown was headed by the ambitious Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, regarded as the future monarch of the desert kingdom.
"Based on our investigations over the past three years, we estimate that at least $100 billion Dollars has been misused through systematic corruption and embezzlement over several decades", Saudi Arabia's Attorney General Sheikh Saud Al-Mujib said in a statement at the time.
Some critics have labelled Prince Mohammed's campaign a shakedown and power grab, but authorities insist the purge targeted endemic corruption as the country prepares for a post-oil era.
Most of the detainees were released following financial settlements with the government. Late last month, he estimated that the value of those settlements had surpassed $100 billion "including real estate, commercial entities, securities, cash and other assets".
The opulent hotel, originally built for guests of the royal family, is a far cry from a gritty prison cell - boasting instead majestic suites and pastel-hued hallways awash with bronze statues and glittering chandeliers.
Late last month the Saudi prosecutor general's office declared more than $128bn had been recovered. It was unclear if the remaining suspects had been moved to a prison facility.
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North Korea boycotted the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul and blew up a South Korean commercial airliner the year before. Just before the opening ceremony, Kim Yong Nam attended a dinner for visiting foreign dignitaries hosted by Moon.
Inconsistent in defense, Mina was a constant threat on set pieces in attack, almost scoring with a header in the second half. We can't be thinking about the absences of Barcelona and detracting from my team '.
A third goal seemed inevitable and came courtesy of a great strike from a wide-open Toni Kroos, who Vazquez picked out. The hat-trick is Ronaldo's 33rd in LaLiga. "Hopefully we can fight for every game in all competitions".
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The winger's game time was expected to a casualty of Neymar's arrival, however, he has done well for himself securing 21 starts. What's more, he has made the most of his opportunities on the pitch, scoring 13 goals in 28 appearances in all competitions.
Anderson was asked if she wanted to take a second run and opted to take a victory lap, winning with the score from her first run. Four years after she won gold in snowboard slopestyle's debut in the Games, Anderson claimed another here in Pyeongchang.
They replaced their visiting at Sri Lanka due to some internal problems and so, in the meantime, they are playing against India . Kohli has thus far scored 393 runs in the series with the scores of 112, 46*, 160* and 75 in the first four ODIs.
But North Korea's record on human rights and the growing threat from its nuclear weapons program appeared out of mind. It's still unclear whether Saturday's event could be used to set up bigger meetings between the Koreas.
Moon was invited to a summit with Kim, even as the United States warned against falling for Pyongyang's Olympic charm offensive. Moon into a potentially delicate diplomatic dance, as South Korea's allies and neighbours maintain a hardline stance toward Mr.
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She was promoted a year ago to the country's Politburo, the senior body of North Korea's communist party, as an alternate member. Moon went on to cite the example of the 1991 World Table Tennis Championships, where the two Koreas fielded a joint team.