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Saudi court sentences five to death for Khashoggi murder

The United Nations has joined Turkey in condemning a Saudi court's decision to sentence five people to death over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. No senior Saudi figures were implicated by the judge in the closed-door trials, despite a UN investigation and a CIA report pointing the finger at Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Yasmine El-Sabawi has more from Washington.

Erdogan blames Saudi government for Khashoggi killing

Erdogan blames Saudi government for Khashoggi killing

Khashoggi’s fiancee sues Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Khashoggi’s fiancee sues Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

The US-Saudi Affair | Bigger Than Five

The US-Saudi Affair | Bigger Than Five

Turkish President Erdogan calls Khashoggi's death a 'brutal murder'

Turkish President Erdogan calls Khashoggi's death a 'brutal murder'

Africa Matters: Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni Interview

Africa Matters: Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni Interview

Africa Matters: Guterres in West Africa

Africa Matters: Guterres in West Africa

Playback: Armenian community welcomes normalisation between two nations

Playback: Armenian community welcomes normalisation between two nations

Africa Matters: Twitter in Africa

Africa Matters: Twitter in Africa

How will a takeover of Twitter by Elon Musk impact your wallet and the race for the White House?

How will a takeover of Twitter by Elon Musk impact your wallet and the race for the White House?

Africa Matters: Central African Republic Awaits Justice

Africa Matters: Central African Republic Awaits Justice

How the FBI entraps Muslims | My America

How the FBI entraps Muslims | My America

Playback: Russia claims strategic city Mariupol has been captured by troops

Playback: Russia claims strategic city Mariupol has been captured by troops

Playback: Aftermath of Russia's retreat from northern Kiev

Playback: Aftermath of Russia's retreat from northern Kiev

Africa Matters: Nigeria Security Crisis

Africa Matters: Nigeria Security Crisis

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Playback: Hagia Sophia marks first Ramadan in 88 years

Africa Matters: Sudan After Bashir

Africa Matters: Sudan After Bashir

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