The most serious threat to the Saudi version is in the hands of Turkish intelligence. Ankara might determine the nature of relations between Riyadh and Washington, and the question is – what will it want to make of the scandal?
- NY Times report: Saudis deployed online army to harass dissident journalist Khashoggi (Reuters)
- Germany reassessing arms sales to Saudi Arabia after Khashoggi killing (AP)
- Trump says he's looking at five candidates to fill UN ambassador role (AP)
- Thousands rally against leading Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Bolsonaro (AP)
- Trump says US will put out of intermediate range nuke pact (AP)
In a new exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the hand of the creator Arieh Sharon plays the leading role
The 1987 pact prohibits the U.S. and Russia from possessing, producing or test-flying a ground-launched cruise missile with a range of 300 to 3,400 miles
Reports reveal that Saudi Arabia used social media services to attack Khashoggi and other influential Saudis in addition to attempting to sway public opinion against them
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Several strangers cross paths at a derelict roadside motel in a time-jumping, twist-filled movie that cleverly deconstructs and remakes its genre. But what’s the message?