Crowds protesting a visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have gathered in the capital's main avenue. The embattled royal's trip to the country is his first overseas journey since the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi Arabian columnist and dissident whose death is suspected to have been orchestrated by the 33-year-old monarch.
Saudi Prince's Visit a 'Flagrant Violation' of Revolution - Protesters
allAfrica, 27 November 2018
Crowds protesting a planned visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) have gathered in the capital's main avenue, Al Jazeera reports. The monarch's arrival forms part… Read more »
Video screenshot of a poster hung on the office building of the Tunisian Journalists' Syndicate depicting Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman holding a chainsaw with the phrase 'no to the desecration of Tunisia, land of the revolution'.
Global Outrage Against Khashoggi and Silence in Nigeria
Guardian, 26 October 2018
While the killing of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi saddens hearts, the ways leaders of the world have reacted and audibly spoken against it warm hearts. Khashoggi was killed in a… Read more »
Somalia Backs Saudi Arabia Prove Into Khashoggi Killing As CIA Probe Links MBS to Murder
Dalsan Radio, 18 November 2018
Somali government on Saturday issued a statement in support of Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor steps to prosecute the perpetrators of journalist Jamal Khashoggi murder. Read more »
Missing? Murdered? the Mystery of Jamal Khashoggi
Guardian, 11 October 2018
Saudi Arabia is a country associated with mystery and romance. It is an ancient country grappling with the demons of modernity while it continues to assert its Islamic heritage.… Read more »
When Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on October 2nd, he was never seen again. Saudi Arabia says he died in a fist ... Read more »
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