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Saudi Arabia shrugs off post-Khashoggi fallout | Money Talks

A year ago, the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul sparked global outrage. The fight for justice is still ongoing, and among those pledging their support is Khashoggi's former employer, Jeff Bezos, owner of The Washington Post, who was in Istanbul for a special memorial service. Facing criticism for their ties to Saudi Arabia, many world leaders and international companies initially distanced themselves from Riyadh. But as Mobin Nasir reports, many of them are back in business with the oil-rich kingdom. And for more on the story, Taha Arvas joined us on set. He is a financial columnist at Daily Sabah newspaper. #Khashoggi #SaudiJournalist #SaudiConsulate

Siemens freezes $20B deal with Riyadh | Money Talks

Siemens freezes $20B deal with Riyadh | Money Talks

Khashoggi’s fiancee sues Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Khashoggi’s fiancee sues Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Riyadh faces corporate backlash over Khashoggi | Money Talks

Riyadh faces corporate backlash over Khashoggi | Money Talks

Erdogan blames Saudi government for Khashoggi killing

Erdogan blames Saudi government for Khashoggi killing

Ocean Emergency

Ocean Emergency

NATO Meets in Madrid

NATO Meets in Madrid

RUSSIA: Using Africa as a proxy war battleground?

RUSSIA: Using Africa as a proxy war battleground?

Iraq’s New Lawmakers

Iraq’s New Lawmakers

Ecuador Protests

Ecuador Protests

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Investigating An Insurrection

Investigating An Insurrection

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

The Extradition of Assange

The Extradition of Assange

Tunisia on Strike

Tunisia on Strike

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