Saudi Arabia purge: Who was arrested?
Saudi Arabia detained dozens of princes, businessmen, senior military officials and top officials on Saturday evening holding them in a luxury hotels in the capital.
It was an unprecedented move for the kingdom which analysts have interpreted as an attempt by the young Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to consolidate power in the kingdom, which will allow him to push through historic reform.
Eleven princes and 38 others are being held after the mass purge including influential Saudi tycoon Prince al-Waleed bin Talal, one of the world's richest men as well, as two sons of the former King Abdullah.
The following is a list of those detained so far.
Prince Turki bin Nasser
Former head of meteorology and environmental protection
Prince Fahd bin Abdullah bin Mohammed
Former deputy defence minister
Prince al-Walid bin Talal
Prince Miteb bin Abdullah
Former head of the National Guard
Prince Turki bin Abdullah
Former governor of Riyadh
Ministers and government
Former head of the Royal Court
Former president of protocol at the Royal Court
Former governor of the Investment Authority
Former CEO of Saudi Telecom
Former minister of economy and planning
Former finance minister
Commander of the navy
Former CEO of Saudi Arabian Airlines
Saleh Kamel and sons
Owner of MBC group
Bakr bin Laden
Chairman of Bin Laden Group