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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

World Wetlands Day 2022: Raising Awareness for a Vital Ecosystem

World Wetlands Day 2022: Raising Awareness for a Vital Ecosystem

US Secures Access to 4 More Bases in Philippines

US Secures Access to 4 More Bases in Philippines

Ukraine launches fresh wave of anti-corruption raids

Ukraine launches fresh wave of anti-corruption raids

Dhaka losing wetlands to developers

Dhaka losing wetlands to developers

Every family has at least one member who's visually impaired

Every family has at least one member who's visually impaired

Funeral held in Memphis for man fatally beaten by US police

Funeral held in Memphis for man fatally beaten by US police

Half a million UK workers strike for higher wages

Half a million UK workers strike for higher wages

Blinken: Washington opposes any actions that make a two-state solution more difficult

Blinken: Washington opposes any actions that make a two-state solution more difficult

Myanmar's Coup: A Look Back Two Years Later

Myanmar's Coup: A Look Back Two Years Later

British Intelligence Alert: Russia's New Plan to Seize Bakhmut in Ukraine

British Intelligence Alert: Russia's New Plan to Seize Bakhmut in Ukraine

Erdogan: We will not ratify Sweden’s NATO membership

Erdogan: We will not ratify Sweden’s NATO membership

Pope Francis' Trip to Africa: An Analysis of Its Significance and Expectations

Pope Francis' Trip to Africa: An Analysis of Its Significance and Expectations

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