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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'

Who’s spying on Muslim communities?

Who’s spying on Muslim communities?

France and India take precautions against Omicron

France and India take precautions against Omicron

Playback: Review of the Year

Playback: Review of the Year

Africa Matters: 2021 in Review

Africa Matters: 2021 in Review

Europe is in the middle of a once-in-a-lifetime energy crisis

Europe is in the middle of a once-in-a-lifetime energy crisis

Turkiye launches domestic Covid-19 vaccine

Turkiye launches domestic Covid-19 vaccine

Turkish lira rallies against dollar after the government announced new measures

Turkish lira rallies against dollar after the government announced new measures

The Turkish lira rallied 35% last week

The Turkish lira rallied 35% last week

Is this a new era for Turkiye and the Gulf?

Is this a new era for Turkiye and the Gulf?

Is mainstream media biased against Muslims and Islam?

Is mainstream media biased against Muslims and Islam?

Africa Matters - Tigrayan Rebels Retreat

Africa Matters - Tigrayan Rebels Retreat

Israel's occupation has cost Palestinian economy $50 billion

Israel's occupation has cost Palestinian economy $50 billion

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