The compensation paid to Jamal Khashoggi's family won't quell global outrage against the Saudi Kingdom.
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.
The Washington Post's editorial board said the Trump administration's failure caused an outrage amongst senators, who have been calling for further action to hold the crown prince responsible.
State and Treasury Department officials brief the Senate Foreign Relations Committee behind closed doors following which US lawmakers say they have learned nothing new.
The appointment of the first female Saudi ambassador to the US is overshadowed by the fact that the kingdom continues to detain female activists fighting for women’s rights in the absolute monarchy.
Morocco's spat with Saudi Arabia has been on the cards for a long time, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman can't afford for Rabat to distance itself from the Saudi kingdom.
The former foreign minister of Saudi Arabia says the country is “doing enough” to investigate the killing of Jamal Khashoggi but admits they don’t know where his body is.
US intelligence analysts interpret the "bullet" comment metaphorically, meaning the crown prince did not necessarily mean to have Khashoggi shot but they do think it showed his intent to have the journalist killed.
Bipartisan group of lawmakers from House and Senate seek to re-assert Congressional war powers.
Every option is on the table as two presidents fight for legitimacy in Venezuela.
Saudi Arabia's public relations offensive after the Khashoggi killing has hardly dented the momentum of bad press for Saudi Arabia.
Kingdom's foreign ministry denounces "recent position of US Senate" as fallout from Jamal Khashoggi's murder continues.
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