For Weapons Dealers, Boycotting Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi Is Unlikely

Saudi Arabia is the second-largest buyer of weapons in the world — it spent a combined total of $13.2 billion on weapons from 2014 to 2017 — a fact that has made it unlikely that European countries with huge arms industries will use weapons sales as a tough response to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.

Khmer Rouge’s Slaughter in Cambodia Is Ruled a Genocide

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Many of the foot soldiers for the Khmer Rouge remain in Cambodia’s remote reaches, each with a chronicle of the horror-soaked years in which Pol Pot and his Communist disciples turned the country into a deadly laboratory for agrarian totalitarianism. Mea Chrun, a former bodyguard in the Khmer Rouge, lives in

Saudi prosecutor seeks death penalty in Khashoggi’s killing

Interested in Jamal Khashoggi? Add Jamal Khashoggi as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Jamal Khashoggi news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Saudi Arabia’s top prosecutor said Thursday he’s seeking the death penalty for five suspects charged with ordering and carrying out the killing of dissident Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi

After a century, U.S. is returning pillaged Philippine church bells

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis greets Philippine Ambassador Jose Manuel G. Romualdez at the Bells of Balangiga during a visit Wednesday at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming. (Blaine McCartney/Wyoming Tribune Eagle/AP) (Blaine Mccartney/AP) SINGAPORE — The bells tolled on Sept. 28, 1901, to signal an early-morning attack on American troops, just as they were

Saudi Arabia seeks death penalty in Khashoggi murder case

RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for five out of 11 suspects charged in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, his office said on Thursday, as the kingdom tries to overcome its biggest political crisis in a generation. FILE PHOTO: A demonstrator holds a poster with a picture of

Brexit: EU’s Barnier warns of ‘long road ahead’

Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Barnier (L) formally hands the agreement to European Council head Donald Tusk The EU says much work still needs to be done on Brexit, despite agreeing a draft withdrawal document with the UK. “We still have a long road ahead of us on both sides,” chief negotiator Michel Barnier

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