Khashoggi case: US intelligence casts doubt on Saudi prince’s denials

Washington: US intelligence officials are increasingly convinced that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia is culpable in the killing of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, an appraisal that poses challenges to a White House intent on maintaining a close relationship with the kingdom. Intelligence agencies have not yet been able to collect direct evidence of the prince's involvement, […]

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Britain’s nuclear test heroes given fresh hope with probe order

Defence supremo Gavin Williamson has given fresh hope to Britain’s nuclear test heroes with potential research into the genetic defects that plague their families. Ministry of Defence officials have been ordered to investigate how the shocking rate of birth abnormalities among nuclear veteran children – 10 times higher than the normal population – could be researched. Labour deputy leader Tom […]

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The last column Jamal Khashoggi wrote before disappearing focuses on need for free press

WASHINGTON – The Washington Post has published the last column by Jamal Khashoggi, written by the journalist shortly before he went missing.  The column, titled “What the Arab world needs most is free expression,” focuses on the need for a free press in the Middle East and that many Arabs live in a state of misinformation.  Khashoggi talked about how freedom […]

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House where John Proctor once lived is on the market for $600,000

A VERY enchanting home: Historic house where accused warlock John Proctor lived just before he was hanged in the Salem Witch Trials hits the market The First Period colonial home, spanning nearly 4,000 square feet, was built in 1638, according to the listing  The six-bedroom, two-bathroom home is in Peabody, Massachusetts, which at the time was part of Salem It […]

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Alleged hacker 'threatens to sell details of 319million Apple iCloud users' demanding more than £133,000 in Bitcoin

IT analyst Kerem Albayrak, 21, filmed himself accessing accounts and posted the footage on YouTube, it was said. He then allegedly demanded more than £133,000 worth of Bitcoin and £837 iTunes vouchers from tech giant Apple in return for calling off his plan. Albayrak, who is Turkish, works as a freelance and founded firms Vasinity Digital and Verticle Media. He […]

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A Deadly Trap? After Journalist Reportedly Killed in Consulate, Friends Vow to Fight for Justice

As increasingly horrific reports continue to emerge about the fate of dissident Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, shocked friends of the missing Washington Post columnist are vowing to push for justice on his behalf. “We’re fighting like hell,” Karen Attiah, Khashoggi’s editor at the Post, tells PEOPLE. “Like absolute hell.” The 60-year old Khashoggi, a Saudi native who had been […]

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