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Despite Khashoggi killing, Saudi Crown Prince set to keep power

The Age Friday, 2 November 2018
Despite Khashoggi killing, Saudi Crown Prince set to keep powerThe crown prince owes his apparent impunity partly to the nature of power in Saudi Arabia's absolute monarchy and to his own proven ruthlessness. But he also owes it to the Trump administration.
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