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  • The Disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi

    CNN was across the mysterious disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi with its Istanbul team the day the Saudi journalist vanished. As the mystery deepened and Saudi Arabia continued to insist that Khashoggi had left the consulate, CNN worked the story from Istanbul, Ankara, Riyadh, London and Washington. Crucially, CNN broke a number of stories in the developing mystery which shed light on what really happened and Saudi Arabia’s role.
  • The Disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi

    CNN was across the mysterious disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi with its Istanbul team the day the Saudi journalist vanished. As the mystery deepened and Saudi Arabia continued to insist that Khashoggi had left the consulate, CNN worked the story from Istanbul, Ankara, Riyadh, London and Washington. Crucially CNN broke a number of stories in the developing mystery which shed light on what really happened and Saudi Arabia’s role.
  • The Royal Treatment

    While their countries suffer from conflict and civil unrest, some of Saudi Arabia's most prestigious princes are living it up on the French Riviera. According to this investigation, instead of dealing with the violent attacks on their country, these men were on vacation and involved with drug smuggling, prostitution and violence.
  • Borderline Logic: Immigration lessons from the first U.S war with Iraq

    In the wake of large arrests of people from Muslim countries, LAWeekly talks about the immigration issues the U.S faced after 1991 Gulf War. The story revolves around war refugees temporarily housed in two camps at Rafha and Al Arwatiyah in Saudi Arabia. The Weekly details the experiences of Rob Frazier who was then posted as political official at the American embassy in Riyadh. After having finally made a repatriation agreement with the U.N, it was discovered that "sleeper agents" of Saddam Hussein could well have sneaked in. And some of them might well be in the U.S now after being allowed in through a rather humanitarian security system.