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Protesters rally outside the Saudi Arabia Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, where journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed Oct. 2, 2018. (Photo: Ozan Kose / AFP/Getty Images ) Views
Trump and Money Are Shielding Saudi Arabia From Accountability for Khashoggi's Killing
One year after Khashoggi’s killing, and 4 ½ years into the brutal Saudi-led intervention in Yemen, Congress and the president have yet to hold Saudi Arabia accountable.
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The late Jamal Khashoggi, pictured speaking during POMED's "Mohammed bin Salman's Saudi Arabia: A Deeper Look." News
One Year After Khashoggi Murder, Chorus of Demands for Saudi Govt. to Face Consequences
"Despite the backlash directed at the kingdom, the Saudis haven't faced serious consequences for the slaying of Khashoggi or its slaughter of civilians in Yemen."
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Petition Filed at ICC to Probe Saudi Ruler MBS for Role in Murder of Jamal Khashoggi
"Nothing of significance happens in the kingdom absent the crown prince's direction or approval."
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If there was anything Jamal was passionate about—almost desperate for—it was to be heard, read and understood first and foremost by Saudis, and ultimately by readers across the Arab world. (Photo: Twitter) Views
'Do Not Keep My Mouth Closed... You’ll Suffocate Me': Khashoggi's Final Words in Arabic
Even in death, Jamal deserves to be heard, and his friends, family and compatriots deserve to have the chance to know the truth.
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Hypersonic weapons are just the most recent manifestation of the urge to engage in an “arms race,” even if, as a sports metaphor, it couldn’t be more off base. (Photo: Reuters) Views
Hypersonic Weapons and National (In)security
Why arms races never end.
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Wreckage from a U.S. airstrike that killed three farmers in Somalia. News
'Appalling Disregard for Civilians': Amnesty Investigation Details How US Military Killed Innocent Farmers in Somalia
"Three civilian men died agonizing deaths while their families are left questioning why the U.S. military targeted and killed them."
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Nobody Had To Die: A Jury Finally Decided It Was Unreasonable For A Cop To Kill An Innocent Black Man
Jean's mother Allison after the verdict. All photos by Tom Fox/Dallas News In what some deem "a seismic shift " in a criminal injustice system that has long seen police shoot innocent black men and women without being held in any way accountable, a Dallas jury has found former cop Amber Guyger...
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A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC, on October 8, 2018, demanding justice for missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images) Views
One Year After Khashoggi's Brutal Murder: Business as Usual?
Who is more evil—the maniacal Saudi crown prince responsible for the journalist's gruesome assassination and the murder of tens of thousands of Yemenis, or the mendacious world leaders and businesspeople who continue to give MbS their support?
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Saudi Arabia continues to insist that the September 14 attack on its oil facilities came from Iran, and not from Yemen. This is despite the fact that both the civilian and the military authorities in Iran have denied that they conducted the successful raid on the Saudi airfields. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Views
Iran’s Capacity to Strike Back Should Even Make a Politically Desperate Trump Think Twice
Such a scenario means that the entire region—from the Mediterranean Sea to the Hindu Kush mountains—will be plunged deeper into war.
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Header from the Kushner "peace plan." Views
In Media Newspeak, a 'Peace Plan' for Israel/Palestine Is Anything US Proposes
That Jared Kushner or this administration cares about "peace" for the Palestinians has always been a farce.
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