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Saudi Regime Admits Khashoggi Murdered in Turkey

Will Khashoggi Case Spark Turkish-Saudi Crisis?

Saudi Regime Admits Khashoggi Murdered in Turkey

A protester dressed as Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and another dressed as US president Donald Trump

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Khashoggi Killed, Dismembered on Order of Saudi Leaders: Turkish Officials

Alwaght- Saudi Arabia admitted dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in the regime's consulate in Turkey's Istanbul.

In a Friday announcement, Saudi Arabia said that the preliminary results of its investigation indicate Khashoggi had been killed in a "fight with people who met him in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul".

Khashoggi, the outspoken critic of Saudi regime, lived in Turkey and was last seen entering the consulate in Istanbul two weeks ago. The Turkish government almost immediately accused the Saudi authorities of killing the journalist.

 

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07
Dezember
2018

Stockholm Yemen Peace Talks: Challenges, Grounds

Yemeni Forces Down Saudi-Led Military Drone in Hudaydah

Stockholm Yemen Peace Talks: Challenges, Grounds

Yemeni Forces Down Saudi-Led Military Drone in Hudaydah

Al-Hudaydah Battle: Goals, US Role

Alwaght- Yemen is witnessing new developments and after months-long aggression on the southern city of al-Hudaydah by the Saudi-led Arab forces, conflicting sides are talking about ceasefire. The British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt this week visited Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and then Tehran to discuss Yemen war ceasefire. The Yemeni Army and the popular committees, on the other side, have announced readiness to stop missile and drone attacks on Saudi Arabia to give peace a chance.

 

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07
Dezember
2018

US Has Established 17 Illegal Military Bases in Syria: State Senator Richard H. Black

U.S. refuses to publicize barbaric nature of its premier “moderate rebel” group

US Has Established 17 Illegal Military Bases in Syria: State Senator Richard H. Black

By Richard H. Black and Basma Qaddour

Global Research, November 22, 2018

Virginia State senator Richard H. Black has made it clear that the United States makes trade between Iran and Syria more difficult by occupying the north of the Euphrates River in accordance with ‘Plan B’ announced several years ago by Secretary of State John Kerry.

He told the Syriatimes e-newspaper that The U.S. has attempted to block routes between the countries wherever possible and it has established 17 bases in Syria without the slightest lawful justification for doing so.

 

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07
Dezember
2018

US-Saudi Ties: Drenched in Blood, Oil and Deceit

A country birthed by imperialism

US-Saudi Ties: Drenched in Blood, Oil and Deceit

By Joyce Chediac

Global Research, November 30, 2018

Why do Donald Trump and the CIA disagree about the recent killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Turkey?

The CIA concluded that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler, personally ordered the murder and dismemberment of Khashoggi. In an extraordinary statement for a U.S. president, Trump disputed the CIA findings. He saids it didn’t matter if MBS—as the Saudi ruler is known—was or was not involved in the Khashoggi killing, and that U.S.-Saudi relations are “spectacular.”

 

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