All Articles on Jamal Khashoggi

President Donald Trump holds up a chart of military hardware sales as he meets with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Oval Office at the White House on March 20, 2018 in Washington, D.C. News
Trump Admin to World: Your Human Rights Record Doesn't Matter So Long As We Get Ours
It's "astonishing to see this memorialized in black and white," says Amnesty International USA
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After Netflix Pulls Episode at Saudi Request, Comic Hasan Minhaj Urges Donations for Suffering Yemen
While Saudi Arabia attempts to ban content critical of its crown prince, "Let's not forget that the world's largest humanitarian crisis is happening in Yemen right now."
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The November episode of “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj” addressed the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (YouTube screen grab) Views
Netflix Removed Clip That Criticized Saudi Arabia's Human Rights Record
The Kingdom’s Communications and Information Technology Commission asked that the clip be removed because of a law allowing a ban on digital media “impinging on public order, religious values, public morals, and privacy.”
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A girl eats boiled leaves from a local vine to stave off starvation in the district of Aslam, Hajjah, Yemen. (Photo: Hammadi Issa / AP) Views
Is the End of the Brutal War in Yemen Finally at Hand?
Congressional strategists and activists who have been working on the issue believe passage of the war powers measure will force Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman to the negotiating table
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World's Journalists Have Never Faced 'As Much Violence and Abusive Treatment' as This Year
"Journalists have never before been subjected to as much violence and abusive treatment as in 2018."
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The invocation of the War Powers Resolution with regard to support for the irregular or irregular forces of a foreign country is pure genius, and now that it has been done once, it surely will be done again. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Senate Fingers Saudi Bin Salman as Murderer, Demands End of Yemen War
Thursday was a historic day, and these bipartisan resolutions will go down in history for their moral clarity and jealous guarding of constitutional prerogatives, as well as for their remarkably frank designation of a de facto head of state with whom the US is allied as a murderer
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Detained Reuters journalist Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone News
Watchdog Raises Alarm About 'New Normal' as Hundreds of Journalists Worldwide Jailed for Doing Their Jobs
"The terrible global assault on journalists that has intensified in the past few years shows no sign of abating."
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'This Is Why People Hate Congress': With Buried Provision in Must-Pass Farm Bill, House GOP Uses Last Days in Power to Block Yemen Vote
"Speaker Ryan is not allowing a vote on my resolution to stop the war in Yemen because many Republicans will vote with us and he will lose the vote," responded Rep. Ro Khanna. "As a result, more Yemeni children will die."
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As people set upon Khashoggi, he started fighting for air, repeating, “I can’t breathe” at least three times. (Photo: Twitter) Views
On Being Breathless in the Age of Trump
“I can’t breathe” is the perfect t-shirt or gimme cap retort to MAGA, the last gasp of a nation striving to regain its integrity in the face of a president and a party that has none
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'For Taking Great Risks in Pursuit of Greater Truths,' Journalists Under Attack Named TIME Magazine's Person of the Year
"They are representative of a broader fight by countless others around the world...who risk all to tell the story of our time."
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