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Khashoggi Murder Trial of 20 Saudis Begins in Turkish Court
A Turkish court has opened the trial in absentia of 20 Saudi nationals, including two with ties to the Saudi crown prince ...
Wall Street Journal
Turkey Convicts Human Rights Activists on Terror Charges
The cases are part of a widespread effort to quash dissent in the country, which has seen dozens of activists put on trial ...
New York Times
Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi consulate staff describe strange events on day of journalist's death
The trial of 20 Saudi nationals charged with the murder of Jamal Khashoggi opens in an Istanbul courtroom on Friday, and his ...
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Russia to Reopen Embassy in Libya, Ifax Cites Foreign Minister
"We took a decision to reopen the Russian embassy in Libya, which will at this stage be headed by Charge d'Affaires Jamshed ...
U.S. News & World Report
Turkish suspect tells court Ghosn mused on Hollywood movie of escape from Japan
A Turkish jet executive on trial over Carlos Ghosn's dramatic escape from Japan told a court on Friday that the former Nissan ...
Iran threatens retaliation after what it calls possible cyber attack on nuclear site
Iran will retaliate against any country that carries out cyber attacks on its nuclear sites, the head of civilian defence ...
Iraq sets up border posts to try to prevent Turkish advance
Iraqi troops were enforcing positions along the border with Turkey, officials said Friday, to prevent Turkish forces from ...
Israel's ex-UK ambassador Mark Regev warns of 'two-state illusion'
Israel's government is expected to announce its plans soon. In line with US President Donald Trump's Vision for Peace - a ...
Turkey's Erdogan rejects criticism over status of Hagia Sophia
Criticism of Turkey over the possible conversion of Istanbul's landmark Hagia Sophia monument from a museum to a mosque "is ...
Afghan warlord accused of rights abuse awarded highest military rank
A powerful Afghan warlord accused of kidnapping and raping a political opponent and of committing rights abuses for decades ...
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