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Three names mysteriously removed from Khashoggi intelligence report after initial publication

News-Press Now 01 Mar 2021
Shortly after the US intelligence community published its long-awaited report on Friday afternoon on the Saudis who were responsible for the death of Jamal Khashoggi, it was taken down without explanation and replaced with another version that removed the names of three men it had initially said were complicit.
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Airports in Riyadh Shut After Yemeni Retaliation

Kayhan 28 Feb 2021
Saree urged Saudi citizens to stay away from all military sites, facilities, and airfields ... Footage on Saudi state TV showed the night sky lighting up with a bright flash ... Clashes intensified on Saturday, with military sources saying a senior commander loyal to the Saudis identified as General Abdel Ghani Shaalan was among dozens of militants killed.
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KPMG: 98% of Saudi CEOs set to invest in cloud technology in 2021  

Arab News 28 Feb 2021
While cloud computing investment is a priority, a survey in January by German business software company SAP found that while more than four-fifths (89 percent) of Saudi senior public sector executives agreed that data sharing helped them to improve on how they connected with citizens, many had not invested in training to implement this.
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Jamal Khashoggi killing: For some, US report 'vindication' of Prince Salman

Hindustan Times 28 Feb 2021
intelligence report blaming the Saudi crown prince for a critic’s murder is being celebrated by some commentators in the kingdom as an effective vindication ... Saudis reject charge ... “The Saudis are trying to be pragmatic in what they can achieve,” said Alghannam, a senior research fellow at the Gulf Research Center Cambridge.
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'Vindication of Prince': Saudi commentators thank Biden for report on Khashoggi

Hindustan Times 28 Feb 2021
A US intelligence report blaming the Saudi crown prince for a critic’s murder is being celebrated by some commentators in the kingdom as an effective vindication ... “The Saudis are trying to be pragmatic in what they can achieve,” said Alghannam, a senior research fellow at the Gulf Research Center Cambridge.
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Former CIA Director John Brennan says President Biden should stop Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed ...

The Daily Mail 28 Feb 2021
Former CIA Director John Brennan said President Joe Biden should not 'turn a blind eye' to actions of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman after report blamed him for murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 ... relations with Saudi Arabia under President Biden ... Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi pictured in 2012.
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CNN Host Confronts Psaki on Biden Giving Saudi Prince a Pass on Khashoggi Murder

The Daily Beast 28 Feb 2021
military interests in Saudi Arabia.”. Interviewing Psaki on CNN’s State of the Union, Bash brought up Biden’s previous criticism of former President Donald Trump for not punishing MBS and other senior Saudi leaders over Khashoggi’s murder ... the actions” made by the Saudi government.
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White House Defends Decision Not to Punish Saudi Crown Prince, Says U.S. Does Not Sanction Foreign Leaders

NBCBayArea 28 Feb 2021
The White House defended its decision to not target Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman after a U.S ... When he was running for president, Joe Biden said he would hold senior Saudi leaders accountable for Khashoggi's death, calling the kingdom's leadership a "pariah" that had "very little social redeeming value.".
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Psaki: 'More effective ways' to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for Khashoggi's murder than sanctioning crown prince

News-Press Now 28 Feb 2021
Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced visa restrictions that affected 76 Saudis involved in harassing activists and journalists, but he didn't announce measures that touch the crown prince despite the fact that President Joe Biden promised to punish senior Saudi leaders while on the campaign trail.
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