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Monday, November 06, 2017

Saudi Prince Mansour and Other Officials Reportedly Killed In Helicopter Crash

Saudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin and seven other people were killed in a helicopter crash near the country's border with war-torn Yemen. 





Chilling footage obtained by Al Arabiya TV shows the passengers boarding the aircraft shortly before it went down and disappeared from radar.

Everyone on board - including senior government officials and a mayor - died in the crash reported by local media . They were reportedly taking a helicopter tour of development projects near the coast.


The cause of the crash has not been revealed. It occurred a day after 11 princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers were arrested in an anti-corruption purge launched by Saudi Arabia's future king, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.


And the crash also came a day after Saudi Arabia's defence forces shot down a long-range ballistic missile fired towards the capital Riyadh by Yemen's Houthi rebels.
From Mirror.co.uk


13 comments:

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    1. Proudly Anonymous6 November 2017 at 22:35

      Yes now,helicopter crash and mass purge happening almost at the same time.
      Crown Prince bin Salman on power grab & consolidation moves.

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  2. Oh no!
    This ground has swallowed loads!
    One of the Scariest way to go.
    May Allah comfort their loved ones.

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  3. O boi,looks like Game of thrones is about to officially start in Saudi Arabia as it won't be easy for the future crowned prince to get to the throne that easy and without a fight

    LEP😛

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    1. Proudly Anonymous6 November 2017 at 22:39

      He needs to take out those who were against his as ascension to power otherwise they are going to constitute a lot of problems for him going forward.

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  4. O boi,looks like Game of thrones is about to officially start in Saudi Arabia as it won't be easy for the future crowned prince to get to the throne that easy and without a fight

    LEP😛

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    1. Oh really??so its only muslims that die in plane crash??nonsense

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  6. Hope it is not what I am thinking?
    RIP prince

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    1. What are you thinking @adadioramma boo boo ??

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  7. Wow... You see people on telly today and next they are dead?? Wawuuu. The world is really not ours

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