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Fallout over Saudi activist's disappearance puts spotlight on Middle East country’s crown prince

After President Trump dispatched Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Riyadh to figure out what happened to missing columnist Jamal Khashoggi, both governments stressed their durable, bilateral relationship.

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Fallout over Saudi activist's disappearance puts spotlight on Middle East country’s crown prince

After President Trump dispatched Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Riyadh to figure out what happened to missing columnist Jamal Khashoggi, both governments stressed their durable, bilateral relationship.

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Trump asks Turkey for audio, video evidence on Khashoggi

The U.S. has asked Turkey for a recording that could reveal gruesome details of what happened to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, President Donald Trump said. But he's not confirming there is any such recording.

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'Playing Politics' podcast: Khashoggi case becomes foreign policy crisis

The disappearance and apparent murder of a Saudi journalist has international and domestic political implications. Hear the “Playing Politics” analysis from WCCO Radio’s Chad Hartman and the Star Tribune Editorial Board’s John Rash and Patricia Lopez.

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The Interpreter: How One Journalist’s Death Provoked a Backlash That Thousands Dead in Yemen Did Not

The sudden turn against Saudi Arabia reveals uncomfortable realities of alliance politics, group psychology and the perception of morality.

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A dissident activist and friend of Jamal Khashoggi showed how Saudi agents tracked him down and tried to coerce him into returning.

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Turkish crime-scene investigators have entered the residence of the Saudi consul general in Istanbul to search for evidence in the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi

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Jamal Khashoggi’s final column published

The Washington Post published the final column from journalist Jamal Khashoggi — who was allegedly tortured and killed inside Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul. The piece, entitled “What the Arab world needs most is free expression,” addresses the crackdown on journalists in Saudi Arabia...

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Trump asks Turkey for audio, video evidence on Khashoggi

WASHINGTON >> The U.S. has asked Turkey for a recording that could reveal gruesome details of what happened to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, President Donald Trump said today. But he’s not confirming there is any such recording, as reported by Turkish media, and he’s continuing to urge...

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Evangelical Leader Pat Robertson On Saudi Arabia: 'We've Got To Cool The Rhetoric'

“You don’t blow up an international alliance over one person,” Robertson said.

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The president has repeatedly emphasized oil, arms sales and the dissident journalist’s Saudi citizenship as reasons for moving slowly on his disappearance and suspected death.

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Washington Post Publishes Jamal Khashoggi’s Final Column Before Disappearance

“They may have silenced my friend but they cannot kill his words," wrote the Saudi journalist's editor at the Post.

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In Riyadh, Pompeo’s Grin Contrasts With Image as Tough-Talking Diplomat

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has cultivated an image of talking tough. But his trip to Saudi Arabia to discuss the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi offered a different picture.

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How The Khashoggi Scandal Looks When You’ve Been Bombed By Saudi Arabia

His disappearance triggered a massive global backlash against Saudi Arabia. Its bloody war in Yemen never has.

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Gruesome new details emerge about alleged murder of journalist. On 'The Story,' Pulitzer Prize winning reporter says the Khashoggi case is a 'huge problem' for the U.S.-Saudi relationship.

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As gruesome details of Jamal Khashoggi's alleged killing and dismemberment at the hands of Saudi operatives trickled into the public domain this week, calls sounded in capitals around the globe for immediate retaliation to the apparent human rights atrocity. But President Donald Trump has...

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