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How missing journalist could impact U.S.-Saudi relations

By Bloomberg
13 October 2018   |   9:30 am
Ali Cinar, Turkish Heritage Organization president, and Eli Lake, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discuss how the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi could mean for the future of U.S.-Saudi relations.

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