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Voice recordings prove those closest to MBS killed Khashoggi, Ankara says

hile the international community has been patiently waiting for information regarding the mysterious killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi for more than two months, Turkey continues to share new details of the case with the world, aiming for justice to be done.

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Voice recordings prove those closest to MBS killed Khashoggi, Ankara says

hile the international community has been patiently waiting for information regarding the mysterious killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi for more than two months, Turkey continues to share new details of the case with the world, aiming for justice to be done.

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Beijing blames Canada for Huawei arrest and threatens ‘grave consequences for hurting feelings of Chinese people’

China has ratcheted up the pressure on Canada to release the detained executive of Huawei Technologies over the weekend by threatening “grave consequences” and accusing Canada of “hurting the feelings of the Chinese people”, escalating the case into one of the worst diplomatic rows between Beijing and Ottawa.

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EU should keep Turkey close and Erdoğan even closer – POLITICO

Turkey used to be a flawed democracy gravitating toward the EU. The road to a full-fledged liberal democracy was long and tortuous, but the direction of travel seemed clear.

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Chinese missiles are transforming balance of power in the skies

For a quarter century, the US and its allies owned the skies, fighting wars secure in the knowledge that no opponent could compete in the air.

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Mueller Team Seeks to Delay First Hearing in Russia Meddling Case – Reports

US prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team are seeking to delay the first court hearing in the case against Russians charged with tampering in the the 2016 vote, local media said.

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UN peacekeepers accused of child rape in South Sudan

UN peacekeepers from Nepal are facing allegations of child rape in South Sudan, with a UN spokesman describing the case as “especially heinous”.

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Swiss Citizen Allegedly Involved in Russian Lawmaker Kerimov’s Case Arrested

The French authorities have arrested Swiss citizen Alexander Studhalter on suspicion of being involved in the case of Russian upper house lawmaker Suleiman Kerimov, local media reported Sunday.

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Iran to prepare a formal complaint against the recent American accusations

After the US Ambassador to the United Nations targeted Iran with an array of accusations over Yemen crisis, Iranian officials have doubled down on their efforts to reveal US’ true intentions in the region. Iran is also about to formally submit a complaint on this case to the UN. 

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India supreme court ‘in crisis’ over retired judge corruption case

Senior lawyers in India say the country’s supreme court is in crisis over the case of a former high court judge accused of offering to influence decisions for cash.

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Brussels tells Turkey: Halt slide to authoritarianism, then we’ll talk about EU accession

Turkish ministers making their case for EU accession in Brussels were told by the EU on July 26 that they cannot expect progress until Ankara restores human rights, seen by the bloc as having deteriorated to a shocking degree under the country’s year-long and ongoing state of emergency.

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Malaysia: Kim Jong Nam case to go to high court

TWO FEMALE suspects arrested for the murder the North Korean dictator’s estranged half-brother brother Kim Jong Nam will have their case heard in a Malaysian High Court.

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Judge rejects request to delay travel ban lawsuit

Federal District Court Judge James Robart in Seattle denied a request from the Trump administration to postpone any further proceedings in his court over President Donald Trump’s travel ban, while the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals considers whether to rehear the case before a larger panel of judges.

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