Seeking out the Saudi crown prince

International | A murderous crisis doesn’t stop Trump’s traveling evangelical team from meeting with the embattled leader
by Mindy Belz
Posted 11/02/18, 03:35 pm

SAUDI ARABIA: London-based Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz returned to Riyadh, fueling rumors of intensified opposition within the House of Saud to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman continuing as heir apparent.

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Associated Press/Photo by Rahmat Gul

Millions vote in Afghanistan despite terror

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 10/22/18, 11:21 am

Afghanistan wrapped up a two-day parliamentary vote on Sunday marred by delays and extremist attacks that killed more than 50 people. Officials said 4 million out of 8.8 million Afghans registered to vote turned out over the weekend at more than 4,000 polling stations. Preliminary results for the 249-member lower house of Parliament will likely come out next month, with final results due in December.

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Associated Press/Photo by Peter Dejong (file)

Russian plot exposed

International | Agents charged with spying and attempted cyberattacks on international agencies
by Mindy Belz
Posted 10/05/18, 03:40 pm

RUSSIA: Dutch, British, and U.S. authorities—with backing from NATO—mounted a coordinated campaign, publicly exposing Russian agents they charge with spying and attempting cyberattacks on international agencies monitoring sports doping and chemical weapons.

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