Saudi crown prince approved Khashoggi murder: U.S. intelligence report

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    Rami Khouri, a journalism professor at the University of Beirut, says it’s important that demands for an inquiry into journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination continue and that Khashoggi remains a symbol for continuing concerns about human rights abuses by the Saudi government.

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