Saudi Arabia has acknowledged that the Riyadh critic died at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Riyadh said Jamal Khashoggi died after a brawl during questioning.
Denying the accusations for weeks, Saudi Arabia finally admits the journalist was killed inside its Istanbul consulate. The reaction on social media has been caustic.
Behind Ahmadinejad's witty use of Twitter could lie a more serious message. Is he taking aim at the Iranian establishment?
Iran sits back while Saudi Arabia's MBS goes from hero to zero in a spectacular fall from its lavishly funded grace. Many regular Iranians, however, are not so willing to engage in the schadenfreude.
The convoy arrived after both Turkey and Russia said the deal, to implement a de-militarised zone in Idlib, was being carried out successfully.
Guatemalan authorities detained the organiser of a migrant caravan from Honduras hoping to reach the US after US President Donald Trump threatened to cut off aid to both countries if they don't stop them.
The global market for mercenaries and private military contractors is worth more than $100 billion, and the lines that differentiate the two are blurry.
A federal US judge rejected adult film actress Stormy Daniels's defamation suit against US President Donald Trump but Daniels' lawyer has vowed to appeal the decision.
Taliban and Daesh have carried out several deadly attacks in the run-up to Afghanistan's long-delayed vote, which will only be the third parliamentary elections to be held in the country after the US invasion in 2001.
Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for the Washington Post, was last seen entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2, and fears have grown that he has been killed.
The disappearance and possible murder of the prominent Saudi journalist has forced international firms and top executives to distance themselves from Riyadh.
Evangelical pastor Andrew Craig Brunson, who was arrested by Turkish authorities in 2016 on charges of espionage and links with terror groups, released by Turkish court.
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