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Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Hurriyet columnist Abdulkadir Selvi: “It is said that the crown prince gave an instruction to silence Jamal Khashoggi and this instruction was captured during the CIA wiretapping. The subsequent murder is the ultimate confirmation of this instruction.”Here's The Full Story…

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - Saudi Arabia Headline News

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has laid the foundation stone for the kingdom’s first nuclear research reactor as calls grow in the US for a halt to nuclear talks with the Riyadh regime, which has been rattled by a scandal over the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.Here's The Full Story…

Jamal Khashoggi sons are Abdullah Khashoggi (left), Salah Khashoggi (right)

Abdullah Khashoggi: “I really hope that whatever happened wasn’t painful for him, or it was quick. Or he had a peaceful death. There’s a lot of ups and downs….”

Salah Khashoggi: “Jamal was never a dissident. He believed in the monarchy, that it is the thing that is keeping the country together.”Here's The Full Story…

Jamal Khashoggi - Saudi Arabia Headline Stories Today

Now the office of the Chief Istanbul Prosecutor Irfan Fidan says journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled as soon as he entered the diplomatic compound as part of a premeditated killing. This is the first official confirmation of the murder made by the Turkish officials.Here's The Full Story…

Jamal Khashoggi - Saudi Arabia Headline Stories Today

Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir told a security summit in Bahrain: “We are now dealing with two visions in the Middle East. One is a (Saudi) vision of light … One is a (Iranian) vision of darkness which seeks to spread sectarianism throughout the region. History tells us that light always wins out against the dark … The question is how do we defeat them.”Here's The Full Story…

15 Member Hit Team - Missing Jamal Khashoggi

Riyadh Saturday dismissed Ankara’s calls to extradite 18 Saudis wanted for the murder of critic Jamal Khashoggi, as Washington warned the crisis risked destabilising the Middle East.

“The individuals are Saudi nationals. They’re detained in Saudi Arabia, and the investigation is in Saudi Arabia, and they will be prosecuted in Saudi Arabia,” Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told a regional defence forum in Bahrain.Here's The Full Story…

Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Saudi Arabia’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman vowed that the killers of Jamal Khashoggi would be brought to justice, in his first public comments since the journalist’s murder sparked global condemnation.

“We will prove to the world that the two governments (Saudi and Turkish) are cooperating to punish any criminal, any culprit and at the end justice will prevail,” Prince Mohammed said to applause.Here's The Full Story…

Hassan Rouhani - Iran Politics News Headlines

“No one would imagine that in today’s world and in this century, we would witness such an organized murder, with an apparatus organizing such a heinous killing,” Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani told a cabinet meeting, referring to the findings in the case of Khashoggi, who entered the Saudi consulate on October 2, but never emerged.Here's The Full Story…

Jamal Khashoggi - Donald Trump - Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman

US President Donald Trump said the Saudis had a “very bad original concept” in killing Jamal Khashoggi, the 59-year-old Saudi insider-turned-critic.

“It was carried out poorly and the cover-up was one of the worst in the history of cover-ups. It was a total fiasco. I’m saying they should have never thought about it. Once they thought about it, everything else they did was bad too … It should have never happened.”Here's The Full Story…

Jamal Khashoggi Death - Saudi Arabia News

The report by Yeni Safak on Monday said Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb, a member of Prince Mohammed’s entourage on trips to the United States, France and Spain this year, made the calls from the consulate. The newspaper said the four calls went to Bader al-Asaker, the head of Prince Mohammed’s office. It said another call went to the United States. That yet again adds to the pressure Saudi Arabia faces over the slaying of the Washington Post columnist.Here's The Full Story…