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The oil prince and the world’s largest green hydrogen factory

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The oil prince and the world’s largest green hydrogen factory

The Line came under criticism because the government had some of the residents of the Howeitat tribe forcibly driven out of the area and their villages demolished. A tribe member died. According to the human rights organization ALQST, three others were sentenced to death by a Saudi court. An appeals court later upheld the verdict. Even the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights expressed alarm last year that three upcoming executions were linked to Neom.

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