27 Ethiopians arrested in Saudi Arabia for labor, residency violations

Updated 28 August 2017

27 Ethiopians arrested in Saudi Arabia for labor, residency violations

RIYADH: Security forces in Wadi Al-Dawasir region arrested 27 Ethiopians, including 14 women, for residency and labor violations in a farm north of Riyadh, local media reported on Friday.
The security forces formed secret teams to gather information, and upon ascertaining the violations, they drew up a plan to arrest the group.
They sought the help of the governor’s office, which assigned a task force to help the security forces.
Five teams with full military equipment were formed from provincial security patrols.
The raid was conducted under Col. Mohammed Abdul Aziz Al-Salhi, provincial security patrol director.


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