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Saudi Arabia forcefully rejects ‘threats’ over Khashoggi disappearance as international crisis simmers 

The Washington Post columnist has not been seen since entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul this month.

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Boeing 737 flies into brick wall — and just keeps going

An Air India pilot decided the plane was fine and continued for hundreds of miles with debris wrapped around the landing gear and a gash in the fuselage.

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‘The Romanoffs’ can’t top the real-life ‘sexual excess and depraved sadism’ of Russia’s royal family

Forget the new TV series. Books about the family, executed during the Russian revolution 100 years ago, are filled with lurid details.

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‘Why the rush?’: Some ask whether Vatican should be more cautious in elevating popes to saints

On Sunday, Pope Paul VI, who died in 1978, will become the third pontiff canonized in four years even as the church struggles with the legacies of its leaders.

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Newspaper says Turkey has audio of Saudi writer’s slaying

Pro-government Turkish newspaper: Turkish officials have audio recording of alleged killing of journalist Khashoggi

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After journalist vanishes, focus shifts to young prince’s ‘dark’ and bullying side

The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi has thrown a spotlight on the authoritarian rule of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.

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Iran plans to use other currencies to get around U.S. sanctions

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said his country is developing plans with other countries to sell oil and conduct other trade even after harsh sanctions take effect in November.

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Kim agrees to dismantle main nuke site if US takes steps too

South Korean President Moon Jae-in says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to permanently dismantle his main nuclear complex if the United States takes corresponding measures

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‘Robert Mueller’s real quest here is for the truth’: How Paul Manafort’s plea brings the special counsel probe closer to its endgame

The special counsel has methodically flipped former Trump advisers, though Manafort had long eluded him.

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