In this March 9, 2018 photo, general view showing Riyadh city, Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
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Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry Sunday instructed drone enthusiasts to obtain permissions to fly the devices until regulations were finalized, a day after security forces shot down a recreational drone near the king's palace in the capital Riyadh.A senior Saudi official told Reuters there were no casualties when the drone was shot down and that King Salman was not in the palace at the time.Those moves have helped Prince Mohammad consolidate his position in a country where power had been shared among senior princes for decades and religious figures exercised significant influence on policy.
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