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Natasha Kieval Jun 19
Thank you for continuing to raise the need for accountability for the murder of , including at the hearing for the US Amb to the UN today.
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Katie Couric Jun 19
An independent U.N. human rights expert investigating the killing of Saudi journalist is recommending an investigation into the possible role of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The report calls on U.N. bodies to "demand" a follow-up criminal investigation.
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HawaiiDelilah™ Unredacted Version Jun 19
Key findings from the 1st independent report on the murder of suggest that not only did Saudi officials at the highest level plan & carry out the killing, but that they carefully planned how best to hide the murder from the int'l community.
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Christiane Amanpour Jun 20
"The body is heavy... If we take plastic bags and cut it into pieces, it will be finished." The details in a UN Rapporteur's new investigation into the murder of are horrifying beyond belief. I put them to Saudi Arabia's minister of state for foreign affairs.
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John Marks Jun 18
Journalists remain targets for Saudi Arabia. now looks like a test run. "The US intelligence community recently exercised its “duty to warn” three regime opponents that their lives were at risk." Great piece by Dan Benjamin and Steve Simon.
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Hindustan Times Jun 20
's killers will pay price: Turkish President
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Sitara Morgenster Jun 18
Why does the world not do anything when it's clear what happened?!
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Washington Post Opinions Jun 20
The CIA has already said Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman likely ordered the killing of . Yet Trump appears more devoted to a murderous strongman than to justice, the Editorial Board says. Watch more here:
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Bobby Ghosh Jun 19
The world stubbornly refuses to forget the murder of . Nor will it easily forgive.
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PEN America Jun 19
Independent U.N. report into the killing of said Wednesday there is “credible evidence” to warrant further investigation into the possible role of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and suggested sanctions on his personal assets
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CGTN Jun 19
Credible evidence" linking Saudi crown prince to murder of journalist , AP reports, citing expert
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Committee to Protect Journalists Jun 19
Replying to @AgnesCallamard
The disappearance of inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October "constituted an extrajudicial killing for which the State of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is responsible," report says.
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Sarah Leah Whitson Jun 19
And still won’t tell us where they hid remains. Come on Saudi show a shred of respect for his family and friends and fess up at least to this. “Credible evidence’ Saudi crown prince liable for Khashoggi killing – UN report
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PEN America Jun 23
Trump dismisses UN request for FBI to investigate 's murder Suggests it would jeopardize weapons sales to the kingdom.
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The Daily Edge 17h
What message are the world’s most brutal dictators receiving as dismisses the torture and murder of ? He forgave the North Korean torture of in exchange for a “beautiful letter.” In the Saudis’ case, all it took was $ at Trump Hotels.
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Jason Rezaian Jun 20
I discussed the findings of a UN report on the murder of my colleague, ​ columnist with ​'s .
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Prisoners of Conscie Jun 19
🔴 Breaking news: Special UN Rapporteur Agnes Callamard: There is credible evidence that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other high-level officials are individually liable for the killing of .
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Tara Dublin Jun 19
Thank you for honoring the memory of with so much tact & dignity
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Sid Edwards #FBPE Jun 19
'Credible evidence' Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman liable for killing – report.
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Ali Mourad Jun 19
In this tweet, this prince says: «.. We are the soldiers of the homeland, we step on the nose of the agressor and the traitor», he refers to the rapporteur as the ”aggressor” and as the “traitor”
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