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Saudi court sentences five to death over Khashoggi killing

A Saudi Arabian court sentenced five people to death over the killing of dissenting journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Arabia consulate in Turkey last year. Three others received lengthy prison sentences.

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