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Netanyahu, Sisi reportedly back MBS on the Khashoggi killing

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el Sisi have reportedly backed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the Khashoggi killing during a phone call with Trump administration. #Khashoggi #MBS #Netanyahu

Pompeo heads to Turkey after meetings in Riyadh

Pompeo heads to Turkey after meetings in Riyadh

The US-Saudi Affair | Bigger Than Five

The US-Saudi Affair | Bigger Than Five

Decoded: When Bibi Met MbS

Decoded: When Bibi Met MbS

BREAKING: Pompeo: Riyadh promised thorough investigation

BREAKING: Pompeo: Riyadh promised thorough investigation

Ukraine demands return of women and children abducted by Russia

Ukraine demands return of women and children abducted by Russia

Blinken: US neither encourages nor enables Kiev to attack Russia

Blinken: US neither encourages nor enables Kiev to attack Russia

Al Jazeera asks Intl Criminal Court to probe Israeli forces

Al Jazeera asks Intl Criminal Court to probe Israeli forces

Moscow says Ukrainian drones struck two air bases in Russia

Moscow says Ukrainian drones struck two air bases in Russia

Spacecraft reaches closest point to lunar surface since Apollo 17

Spacecraft reaches closest point to lunar surface since Apollo 17

Authorities impose 8km no-go zone in Indonesia's East Java villages

Authorities impose 8km no-go zone in Indonesia's East Java villages

Migrants sleeping rough in New York City

Migrants sleeping rough in New York City

Europe and G7 nations welcome price cap on Russian oil

Europe and G7 nations welcome price cap on Russian oil

Trial begins for 2016 suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Belgium

Trial begins for 2016 suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Belgium

New deal aims to restore total power, control back to civilians in Sudan

New deal aims to restore total power, control back to civilians in Sudan

Cyberattack cripples top Indian hospital

Cyberattack cripples top Indian hospital

Women become breadwinners as eight-year-old conflict continues in Yemen

Women become breadwinners as eight-year-old conflict continues in Yemen

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