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Video shows Saudis using body double to cover up murder, source says (22 Oct 2018)


The latest on the Khashoggi investigation (22 Oct 2018)


Saudi investment conference begins after exodus of CEOs (22 Oct 2018)


World's longest sea-crossing bridge officially opened by China's Xi Jinping (23 Oct 2018)
Chinese President Xi Jinping officially opened the world's longest sea-crossing bridge Tuesday at a ceremony in the southern city of Zhuhai.

Trump: US will build up nuclear arsenal until other nations 'come to their senses' (23 Oct 2018)
President Donald Trump told reporters Monday that the United States would increase its nuclear arsenal until other nations "come to their senses," threatening an arms race days after he said he would withdraw the US from a Cold War nuclear treaty.

Calls for Ryanair boycott after racist incident (22 Oct 2018)
A spokesperson for Theresa May said the British Prime Minister condemns "abhorrent" racial abuse after a passenger on a European airline made racist remarks about another passenger that were caught on video.

Suspicious package targeting billionaire investor George Soros rendered safe (23 Oct 2018)
A suspicious package targeting billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros was rendered safe in Bedford, New York Monday, a law enforcement source tells CNN.

Woman indicted in US meddling mocks charges (23 Oct 2018)
As President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton tells Russians their meddling had no impact on the election results, Elena Khusyaynova, the Russian woman indicted in the US for meddling, delivered a tongue-in-cheek statement on the federal criminal charge she faces and how her company's work has allegedly influenced American politics.

US sails warships through Taiwan Strait (22 Oct 2018)
The US Navy sailed two warships through the Taiwan Strait Monday, a show of force that is bound to irritate Beijing and comes amid heightened US-China tensions on a range of issues.

Witness in case of nun's alleged rape found dead (22 Oct 2018)
A witness in the trial of an Indian Catholic bishop accused of raping a nun has died, according to police, prompting a probe into his death.


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Category 5 hurricane nearing Mexico's Pacific coast (23 Oct 2018)
Hurricane Willa is nearing the Pacific coast of Mexico as a potentially catastrophic Category 5 storm, after experiencing what the National Hurricane Center called "explosive" strengthening over the past 48 hours.

US sails warships through Taiwan Strait amid tensions with China (22 Oct 2018)
The US Navy sailed two warships through the Taiwan Strait Monday, a show of force that is bound to irritate Beijing and comes amid heightened US-China tensions on a range of issues.

Migrant caravan presses north toward US border (22 Oct 2018)


Ronaldo on rape claim: My lawyers are confident (22 Oct 2018)
Cristiano Ronaldo said he was a "happy man" and that the truth will come out about the rape allegation against him, while answering questions Monday at a news conference in Manchester, England.

Witness in case of alleged rape of nun in India found dead (22 Oct 2018)
A witness in the trial of an Indian Catholic bishop accused of raping a nun has died, according to police, prompting a probe into his death.

GE gets a badly needed win in Iraq (22 Oct 2018)
Its beleaguered power business scored a badly needed win by reaching a preliminary agreement to rebuild Iraq's war-torn electric grid.

Saudi Arabia tries to salvage its summit (22 Oct 2018)
Saudi Arabia's investment conference this week was once the hottest ticket in business and finance.

Siemens CEO explains why he won't go to Saudi Arabia (22 Oct 2018)
In an unusual behind-the-scenes glimpse at corporate decision-making, Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser detailed why he pulled out of this week's Future Investment Initiative in Saudi Arabia.

How the Khashoggi case and its fallout is affecting global business (20 Oct 2018)
The disappearance and death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi sent shockwaves through the business world, leaving in limbo planned investments, partnerships and projects in banking, transportation and technology.

US importers stuck with Trump's latest China tariffs (20 Oct 2018)
American importers can ask for an exemption from President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum, and his first two rounds of tariffs on Chinese goods.

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