Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Khashoggi assassination: CIA ConcludesThe US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the assassination of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Arab kingdom’s consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul last month, the Washington Post reported late Friday.
Turkey Detains 13 over 2013 ProtestsTurkey has detained 13 people including two prominent academics on Friday over links to rights activist Osman Kavala, who was jailed a year ago pending trial for trying to overthrow the government.
North Korea Tests ‘Ultramodern Tactical Weapon’North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un, reportedly, has observed the successful test of an ultramodern tactical weapon in his first publicized visit to a weapons test site since the country’s test-launch of an ICBM last November.
US Threatens China with All-out Cold WarThe US Vice President Mike Pence warned America will declare all-out cold war on China if Beijing fails to meet Washington’s demands for sweeping changes in its economic, military and policy.
Death Toll from California Inferno Rises to 48Death toll from California’s deadliest wildfire has risen to 48 after the remains of six more victims were found on Tuesday in and around a northern California town overrun by flames last week.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister called on Canada to stop treating the oil-rich kingdom like a “banana republic” and demanded the government of Justin Trudeau to apologize for calling for the release of jailed human rights activists.
Bolivian President Evo Morales says the United State’s policy of military coups has shifted to regime changes through courts and parliaments to deal with dissident Latin American leaders and claim their countries’ oil.
The US trade war with the world is expanding as Canada struck back Washington over steel and aluminum tariffs, vowing to impose punitive measures on $12.63 billion worth of American goods until Washington relents.