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Estos factores habrían hecho que la Casa Blanca haya sido reacia a criticar a Arabia Saudita o al príncipe heredero Mohammed bin Salman.

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Western business leaders, including Virgin Group founder Richard Branson and tech investor Steve Case, distanced themselves from Saudi Arabia over the disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.

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Inside the looming crisis of Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance

Jamal Khashoggi knew Saudi Arabia wanted him dead. The dissident journalist had fled the kingdom for the US last year fearing for his freedom and had since been lobbing bombs at his country’s new leadership via columns for The Washington Post with inflammatory headlines such as “Saudi Arabia’s...

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Trump defends Saudi arms sales amid fury over missing writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump defended continuing huge sales of U.S. weapons to Saudi Arabia on Thursday despite rising pressure from lawmakers to punish the kingdom over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist who lived in the United States and is now feared dead.

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Trump defends Saudi arms sales amid fury over missing writer

WASHINGTON >> President Donald Trump defended continuing huge sales of U.S. weapons to Saudi Arabia today despite rising pressure from lawmakers to punish the kingdom over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist who lived in the United States and is now feared dead.

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Trump’s $110 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia: still fake

The president says he does not want to harm a $110-billion arms deal over the Khashoggi disappearance but few deals have actually come to fruition

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Richard Branson halts $1B project with Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi disappearance

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has suspended a $1 billion investment project with Saudi Arabia due to the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Branson made the announcement Thursday as US Senators sparked an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the mystery of...

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The president sees no reason to stop doing business with Mohammed bin Salman, despite a credible allegation that Saudi Arabia killed and dismembered a journalist last week.

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Trump’s Jamal Khashoggi reckoning, and why his history with despots suggests he won’t get tough on Saudi Arabia

Trump is understandably cautious right now. But his comments -- and a situation that pits a despotic ally against a journalist -- is ripe for getting it wrong.

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WWE faces criticism for upcoming Saudi Arabia event amid investigation into journalist's disappearance

The event is included in a 10-year contract to hold live events in the kingdom as the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman loosened the rules on bringing Western entertainment to the country.

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Saudi Arabia under pressure over missing journalist; Judith Miller, a longtime acquaintance of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, speaks out on 'The Story with Martha MacCallum.'

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On Thursday, Bret updates you on the latest regarding the market dip that apparently fits a pattern with other economic slumps and gives some theories as to why it happens, while the world starts asking questions of Saudi Arabia about the missing journalist, and a failure to launch by the Russians.

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The president says he does not want to harm a $110-billion arms deal over the Khashoggi disappearance but few deals have actually come to fruition

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Our trade partnership with Saudi Arabia doesn’t absolve the kingdom of responsibility for its actions.

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President Trump on Thursday flatly opposed halting U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia in response to a diplomatic furor over a journalist who disappeared after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, saying a cutoff would only invite China and Russia to sell weapons to the Saudis instead....

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Sens warn support for Saudis is 'cratering'

Some senators are increasing pressure on the Trump administration to punish Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He's gone missing after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey. (Oct. 11)         

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For President Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia is not just a political ally. It has also been a customer. Trump's business relationships with the Saudi government - and rich Saudi business executives - go back to at least the 1990s. In Trump's hard times, a Saudi prince bought a superyacht and hotel...

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Trump on hurricane response, Saudi Arabia relations

President Donald Trump is praising the response to Hurricane Michael, saying that FEMA has received "rave reviews." During the same photo-op, Trump said that he's reluctant to slash weapons sales to Saudi Arabia over a missing Saudi writer. (Oct. 11)         

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Trump on hurricane response, Saudi Arabia relations

President Donald Trump is praising the response to Hurricane Michael, saying that FEMA has received "rave reviews." During the same photo-op, Trump said that he's reluctant to slash weapons sales to Saudi Arabia over a missing Saudi writer. (Oct. 11)         

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