King's widow set for publicity drive

The widow of the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia is seeking £400m of his estate in the European Court of Human Rights – and has drafted in Project Associates to publicise the claim.

Janan Harb has taken the King to court in Britain before, but lost her claim for £32bn of his fortune when Fahd died last August with the case unresolved.

Harb is now hoping that publicity will persuade the Saudi royal family to negotiate with her.

She is considering writing a book and has launched

Project Associates directors David Rigg and Stuart Higgins – the ex-Sun editor head of Stuart Higgins Communications – lead the brief.

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