Sudan's transitional military council has ordered the central bank to review financial transfers since April 1 and to seize "suspect" funds, according to state news agency SUNA.
Payments to four of children of the slain journalist "are part of an effort by Saudi Arabia to reach a long-term arrangement with Khashoggi family members, aimed in part at ensuring that they continue to show restraint in their public statements."
The New York Times is reporting that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman authorised operations to silence dissent by what US authorities are calling the 'Rapid Intervention Group,' well before the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Australian police said that the counter-terrorism teams raided two homes linked to the mass shooting that killed at least 50 people at two New Zealand mosques last week.
Representatives of both countries are expected to discuss the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, the businessman and cleric accused of many crimes and also the mastermind behind the failed coup in 2016.
Saudi Arabia's chief prosecutor has charged 11 people in the case of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and is seeking the death penalty for five. Turkey says it is not satisfied.
The Saudi public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for those involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. If the punishment is carried out, we might never know who ordered the killing.
It also ordered President Jacob Zuma to pay the costs of his latest court challenge against the inquiry into influence peddling. Judge President Mlambo said Zuma's conduct "amounts to clear abuse of the judicial process".
At least 235 dead after an attack in Egypt's north Sinai targeted supporters of the security forces who were attending prayers at the Al Rawdah mosque in Bir al Abed, west of Arish city.
Two students died after being shot during massive protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, bringing the total number of those killed this month to seven.
Mubarak-era figures are slowly being cleared of charges, while a series of laws limiting political freedoms have raised fears among activists that the old regime is back.
Rajab was granted bail in a pending trial relating to the spread of false information, with the case to resume on January 23. He is being kept in jail to be questioned in another cybercrime case on a similar charge.
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