Most of those detained in a sweeping anti-corruption drive in Saudi Arabia have agreed settlements with the authorities in exchange for a pardon, the attorney general says.
Prominent figures, including princes, ministers and businessmen, were taken into custody last month.
A statement said that 320 people have been called in for questioning while 159 are currently being detained.
Those who denied the allegations or refused settlements face prosecution.
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