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Khashoggi’s Fiancée Seeks Answers and Justice: ‘It Is a Moral Duty’

The two — she 36, he 59 — developed a deep emotional relationship, with a shared passion for politics, international affairs and justice for the Arab world. A week later, he asked her to marry him, and she accepted.

Turkey arrests suspected spies for UAE, probe on for Khashoggi link

The arrests were made in Istanbul on Monday as part of a counter-intelligence investigation. Turkish officials seized an encrypted computer located in a hidden compartment at what the official stated was the spy ring's base.


Saudi court postpones hearing for women activists after new arrests

The authorities detained at least 14 people seen as supportive of the women, including one of their sons, according to people close to them.

US State Department bars 16 people for roles in Khashoggi killing

The list released Monday includes Saud al-Qahtani, a former aide to the crown prince, and Maher Mutreb, who was part of the crown prince's entourage on trips abroad.

Saudis escalate crackdown on dissent, arresting nine and risking US ire

The arrests come in a striking escalation of Crown Prince Mohammed’s crackdown on internal dissent even as Western allies have stepped up pressure on the prince to free political prisoners.

Rights and media groups want information on Jamal Khashoggi's trial

The groups said in letters to foreign ministers of the three countries obtained Friday that providing information and much-needed transparency "would enable some scrutiny of the fairness of the trial."


Saudi Arabia pays money and real estate to Jamal Khashoggi’s children

The payments appear to be part of an attempt to deter the Khashoggi children from speaking out against the kingdom’s de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whom US and other Western intelligence agencies have concluded ordered the killing.

Jeff Bezos’ security consultant accuses Saudis of hacking the Amazon CEO’s phone

Jeff Bezos’s security chief, alleged the Saudis wanted to hurt Bezos because he owns The Washington Post. The Post has aggressively reported on the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, one of its columnists, who was killed in October in Turkey.

UN investigator calls on Saudi Arabia to open Khashoggi murder trial

Saud al-Qahtani, a top aide to Prince Mohammed fired over the killing, is not among the 11 suspects on trial at secretive hearings in Riyadh despite Saudi pledges to bring those responsible to justice, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Sunday.

Khashoggi killing was part of wider crackdown by Saudi Prince

Details about the operations come from US officials who have read classified intelligence assessments about the Saudi campaign, as well as from Saudis with direct knowledge of some of the operations.

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Saudi agents used Khashoggi's body double to cover-up his murder: officials

The Turkish and Saudi officials on Monday revealed that the team of agents that killed US-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi brought his body double to execute their plan.

How Saudi news media is spinning Khashoggi’s disappearance

The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and Saudi dissident, made international headlines. From jet conspiracies to blaming Qatar, here’s how Saudi Arabia’s news media is portraying the story.