Saudi authorities have released 10 businessmen from detention, according to an activist group on Tuesday.
"The authorities have released ten of the Ritz-Carlton [Hotel] detainees in the past two days," the so-called Prisoners of Conscience group said on Twitter.
The activist group said Ethiopian-born billionaire Mohammed Hussein al-Amoudi was among those set free.
There was no comment from Saudi authorities on the report.
On Monday, the Ethiopian television confirmed that al-Amoudi had been freed by Riyadh.
In November 2017, Saudi authorities arrested dozens of businessmen and princes on corruption allegations and held them in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Riyadh.
Over the past months, Riyadh released a number of them after financial settlements worth 400 billion riyals ($107 billion).
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