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UN calls for probe into alleged Saudi hacking of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos' phone

SBS Wednesday, 22 January 2020
United Nations experts are is calling for an "immediate investigation" into allegations Amazon boss Jeff Bezos' phone was hacked via a WhatsApp account belonging to the Saudi Crown Prince.
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News video: Saudi minister calls Bezos hacking claim 'absurd'

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Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisul bin Farhan tells Reuters that a report that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman played a role in the hacking of of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos&apos; mobile phone is &quot;absolutely silly.&quot; Conway Gittens reports.

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