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Saudi Arabia's crackdown on alleged corruption showed no signs of letting up, with more people being questioned and banks freezing more accounts, people familiar with the situation said.The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority is also telling banks to freeze the accounts of more individuals who aren't under arrest and people linked to them, the people said.The authorities are hoping to reach agreements with detainees, who include royals and billionaires such as Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, "within weeks," Attorney General Sheikh Saud al-Mojeb said earlier this month.Bank accounts of 376 individuals, all of whom are either detainees or people linked to them, have been frozen as a "precautionary measure," Al Mojeb said.
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