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    PAK, UAE sign USD 3 billion bailout package

    Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Tuesday signed a $3 billion bailout package, as part of Abu Dhabi's support to boost the cash-strapped country's dwindling dollar reserves.

    South Asia
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    Private jet reportedly takes UAE and Israel officials from Abu Dhabi to Tel Aviv

    The private jet marked 9H-VCL flew from Abu Dhabi airport through Saudi airspace, without stopping in Jordan as is customary, and landed in Ben Gurion airport.

    West Asia
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    Netanyahu hails 'hugs' between Arab and Israeli army commanders

    Outgoing Israeli army chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot met the commanders-in-chief of several Arab armies during his four-year term, Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said on Tuesday.

    West Asia
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    Israel is an 'indispensable ally' of the Arabs against Iran:Netanyahu

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that Arab countries viewed Israel as an “indispensable ally” fighting Iran and the militant Islamic State group.

    West Asia
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    17 years into Afghan War, US admits 'Taliban not losing'

    The top US military officer has admitted that the Taliban "are not losing" in Afghanistan and much more needs to be done to bring peace to the war-torn country 17 years into the longest.

    Central Asia
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    Swiss halt Saudi arms parts trade over Khashoggi case

    The Swiss government decided Wednesday to halt deliveries of spare weapons parts to Saudi Arabia amid concern over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

    West Asia
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    Indonesia protests after Saudi Arabia executes domestic maid

    Tuti Tursilawati, a mother of one, had been convicted of murdering her employer, who workers rights’ group Migrant Care said was trying to rape her at the time. 

    Southeast Asia
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    'Khashoggi was choked and then dismembered in Saudi mission'

    Turkish judicial officials say prominent Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who went missing after visiting the kingdom’s consulate in Turkey’s largest city of Istanbul earlier this month.

    West Asia
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    Susan Rice: ‘Time for Saudi Crown Prince To Go’

    The crisis in United States-Saudi relations precipitated by the brazen murder of Jamal Khashoggi raises a critical question that the Trump administration plainly wants to avoid: Can the United States.

    West Asia
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    Saudi Arabia is a repressive regime – and so are a lot of US allies

    The murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul has put the United States’ relationship with the wealthy Gulf power under intense scrutiny.

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    'Khashoggi was to disclose Saudi use of chemical arms’

    Dissident Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, who was recently murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, was about to disclose details of Saudi Arabia’s use of banned chemical weapons in its imposed war.

    West Asia
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    Yemen’s plight still invisible as Khashoggi murder comes to light

    Dubai:- The murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has triggered a diplomatic and public relations (PR) crisis for Saudi Arabia, but little may change for the victims of the Yemen war.

    West Asia
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    Turkey demands extradition of 18 Saudis in Khashoggi case

    Turkish prosecutors have prepared an extradition request for 18 suspects from Saudi Arabia in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, authorities said on Friday, after President Tayyip Erdogan.

    West Asia
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    Saudis must say who ordered killing: Erdogan

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has reiterated his country’s call for Riyadh to disclose who ordered the killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul and what has.

    West Asia
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    Saudi Spy Met With Team Trump About Taking Down Iran

    Gen. Ahmed Al-Assiri, the Saudi intelligence chief taking the fall for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, hobnobbed in New York with Michael Flynn and other members of the transition.

    West Asia
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    Saudi changes its story,admits Khashoggi death 'premeditated'

    Saudi Arabia has changed its story about the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi yet again, admitting his killing was premeditated a few days after claiming his death was accidental.

    West Asia
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    Trump says Khashoggi murder 'worst cover-up in history'

    US President Donald Trump has criticised Saudi Arabia's handling of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying authorities staged the "worst cover-up ever". As

    West Asia
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    Pakistan secures $6 billion rescue package from Saudi Arabia

    Pakistan said Saudi Arabia will provide a $6 billion package of loans and deferred payments in an effort to resuscitate Islamabad's flagging economy, struggling under the weight of a whopping $18.

    South Asia
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    After killing, Saudi Arabia's formidable PR machine shows cracks

    When the United States was attacked on September 11, 2001 by 19 hijackers – 15 of them from Saudi Arabia – the kingdom switched into lobbying overdrive, determined to preserve a critical relationship.

    West Asia
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    Saudi journalist Khashoggi's remains found, claims British media

    The development comes after Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan earlier said Khashoggi’s body had not been found and called for Saudi officials to reveal its whereabouts.

    West Asia
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    Footage of Saudi wearing Khashoggi's clothes released by Turkish investigators

    Videos have emerged of a Saudi suspected of being behind Jamal Khashoggi’s murder walking around Istanbul in the journalist’s clothes shortly after he was last seen - while footage released on Monday.

    West Asia
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    Saudi hosts investment forum under Khashoggi shadow

    Saudi Arabia opened an investment conference on Tuesday despite a wave of cancellations from policymakers and business titans over the murder of journalist and government critic Jamal Khashoggi.

    Business
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    Erdogan Edges Closer to Implicating MBS in Killing

    Turkey is getting closer to laying blame for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the brash young leader whose ambitions for a modernized.

    West Asia
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    Jamal Khashoggi's murder: The West's selective outrage

    The outrage by Western governments is in stark contrast to their silence over and, in the case of the US and UK, active support of Saudi Arabia's bloody war in Yemen that has left "as many as 10,000 dead and 8.4 million.

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