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Half of Americans have no confidence in Trump: poll

By Umar Farooq</p> <p>WASHINGTON (AA) – Forty-eight percent of Americans say that they have no confidence &quot;at all&quot; in U.S. President Donald Trump, according to a poll released Monday. </p> <p>The poll by ABS News and The Washington Post suggested 64 percent of Americans do not have trust in Trump to make the right decisions […]

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US senate should insist on reshaping Saudi ties: report

– Washington should not sustain relationship with reckless tyrant who rules Saudi Arabia, says Washington Post

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Khashoggi's daughters vow to keep his legacy alive

– Noha Khashoggi and Razan Jamal Khashoggi honor their father’s memory in an opinion piece for The Washington Post

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Nobel laureate calls for end to war in Yemen

– ‘Saudi Arabia, UAE and Houthis must be told with one voice: Enough is enough,’ says Tawakkol Karman

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Turkey gives list of 84 FETO members to US: Cavusoglu

– Mevlut Cavusoglu submits list of FETO members to his US counterpart and White House national security adviser

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US has leverage on Saudis to reveal Khashoggi case: NYT

– US can pressure Saudis to reveal truth about Khashoggi killing, and possibly replace crown prince, says NY Times

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Khashoggi's fiancée shocked over new death details

– Hatice Cengiz says killers of Jamal Khashoggi deprived her of conducting funeral prayer

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Iran to exploit Khashoggi killing: Johnson

– Khashoggi’s murder terrible for Saudi Arabia, and to hush it up is to boost Iran, says ex-UK foreign secretary

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Trump 'ignorant' of press freedoms: US media

– Decision to revoke CNN journalist’s press credentials ‘a threat to our democracy,’ says network

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Saudi elites still detained year after roundup: report

By Umar Farooq WASHINGTON (AA) – A full year after Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman turned the Ritz Carlton hotel into a jail for the kingdom's elite, many still remain imprisoned, according to The Washington Post. The Saudi Attorney General said there were 56 people imprisoned earlier this year, and last month bin Salman said […]