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The Khashoggi Killing: Trump defends Saudi crown prince over killing

US President Donald Trump says there isn't enough evidence to blame the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, for the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. His comments come as France becomes the latest country to put sanctions on 18 Saudi agents believed to have carried out the killing. Reagan Des Vignes reports. #Khashoggi #Trump #MBS

Khashoggi Killing: Death penalty sought for Khashoggi accused

Khashoggi Killing: Death penalty sought for Khashoggi accused

Why did Trump side with Saudi Crown Prince over the CIA?

Why did Trump side with Saudi Crown Prince over the CIA?

Trump reacts to CIA report on Khashoggi killing

Trump reacts to CIA report on Khashoggi killing

Saudi Arabia's history of crushing dissent

Saudi Arabia's history of crushing dissent

B20 promotes collaboration among developed and emerging nations

B20 promotes collaboration among developed and emerging nations

Leaders of top 20 biggest economies meet in Indonesia

Leaders of top 20 biggest economies meet in Indonesia

World population hit 8B in November, UN estimates

World population hit 8B in November, UN estimates

Israeli leader Netanyahu to face cost of living crisis

Israeli leader Netanyahu to face cost of living crisis

Qatar ready for World Cup 2022 after years of preparations

Qatar ready for World Cup 2022 after years of preparations

Oil prices drop as China imposes new pandemic-related curbs

Oil prices drop as China imposes new pandemic-related curbs

UK Chancellor Hunt unveils budget plan, boosting taxes

UK Chancellor Hunt unveils budget plan, boosting taxes

FTX investors write down assets after bankruptcy declaration

FTX investors write down assets after bankruptcy declaration

Safe-haven dollar gains as traders assess risks from Poland

Safe-haven dollar gains as traders assess risks from Poland

Amazon plans to lay off about 10,000 employees this week

Amazon plans to lay off about 10,000 employees this week

More than $200B wiped from crypto market last week

More than $200B wiped from crypto market last week

Shares in tech companies continue plunging amid shrinking ad revenues

Shares in tech companies continue plunging amid shrinking ad revenues

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