28 November, 2018
The killing of Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and a critic of the crown prince, at Riyadh's consulate in Istanbul six weeks ago has strained Saudi Arabia's ties with the West and battered Prince Mohammed's image overseas.
According to Al-Arabiya, they held closed-door bilateral talks.
Dozens of Tunisian rights activists and journalists staged a small protest in the capital Tunis on Monday against Prince Mohammed's planned visit over the Khashoggi killing.
I disagree with the president's assessment.
Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and columnist for The Washington Post, went missing after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
Bahrain's Cabinet and the Shura Council praised the high-level visit by the Saudi crown prince and said it reflects strong bilateral ties.
Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince has met with the king of Bahrain in the second leg of his first tour overseas since the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Forest Service releases video of explosion that started 46000-acre fire
In the video, a man, whose identity was blurred, can be heard telling others to "start packing up" following the explosion. An-off duty border patrol agent, 37-year-old Dennis Dickey , pleaded guilty to starting the " Sawmill Fire " last spring.
NASA announces Mars 2020 rover landing site
The $800 million USD InSight lander was launched earlier this year from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Because of its size, the orbiters don't have enough fuel or equipment to enter a long-term orbit around Mars.
'God sheltered me' American wrote before isolated tribe killed him
In an Instagram post , his family said it was mourning him as a "beloved son, brother, uncle and best friend to us". The family of an American killed by isolated Indian tribesmen says it is forgiving those who did it.
The UK has also been blasted for its continued arms sales to Saudi Arabia as it conducts its brutal war in Yemen.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis will brief the US Senate on Wednesday on the latest developments related to Saudi Arabia, Senator John Cornyn, the number two Senate Republican, told reporters on Monday.
"Our intelligence agencies continue to assess all information, but it could very well be that the Crown Prince had knowledge of this tragic event ― maybe he did and maybe he didn't!"
"American people and our involvement in this war", said the senator.
On Tuesday, hundreds more demonstrators carried placards reading: "No to polluting revolutionary Tunisia" and: "The murderer is not welcome", in marches organised by youth and women's rights groups.
The US was once a great country with principles, but those are hardly in evidence these days in the era of Trump and his divided self-serving cabal.
Cavusolgu said, however, that the final decision is up to Erdogan.