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After CIA briefing, senators accuse Saudi prince of complicity in Khashoggi murder

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 5 December 2018
Breaking with Donald Trump, senators leaving a briefing with CIA Director said they are even more convinced that Mohammed bin Salman was involved in the Saudi journalist's death.
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