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In this week's update in the Trump Russia Corruption Timeline as the Saudi government twists and turns to come up with a way to quietly... [Read More]
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Critics of Saudi Arabia are concerned Trump is allowing the Saudis to come up with a cover story that will clear Saudi leadership of any... [Read More]
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The Saudi government finally catches up to rest of the world and confirms journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead. But many questions are still left unanswered.... [Read More]
On Thursday, US director of national intelligence Dan Coats said that he has yet see any evidence to corroborate the claims that Chinese spies... [Read More]
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Circumstantial evidence of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's involvement in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is known by U.S. intelligence officials, according to... [Read More]
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Former CIA Director John Brennan says he believes the U.S. intelligence community will uncover the truth behind the disappearance and alleged murder of journalist Jamal... [Read More]
Happy Friday and welcome to Overnight Defense. I'm Ellen Mitchell, and here's your nightly guide to the latest developments at the Pentagon, on Capitol Hill and beyond.... [Read More]
Senator Lindsey Graham says he'll seek sanctions against Saudi officials if they're involved in writer's disappearance. [Read More]
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Some Western officials believe that what transpired at the consulate in Istanbul may have been a "rendition" gone bad, ending in the Post contributor's death. [Read More]
Some Western officials believe that what transpired at the consulate in Istanbul may have been a "rendition" gone bad, ending in the Post contributor's death. [Read More]
The Latest on the U.S. and the missing Saudi writer Turkish authorities say was slain inside his country's consulate in Istanbul (all times local): ... [Read More]
Most recently, Turkish media released images of men who are suspected of having captured journalist Jamal Khashoggi while he was in the Consulate General of... [Read More]
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