• Al Jazeera

    Who are the Saudi suspects in the Khashoggi case?

    It has been 15 days since Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly murdered after entering Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul. Turkish authorities have said that a "hit squad" of 15 men may have been involved. Now, the Turkish newspaper Sabah published a list of the suspects and the New York Times has claimed some of them have ties to Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson has more on some of the Saudi men identified by the media.

  • Arab News

    Kangaroo on the menu for Harry and Meghan Down Under

    MELBOURNE: Chargrilled kangaroo was on the royal menu Thursday as Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan arrived in Australia’s second-largest city Melbourne, where they were greeted by thousands of screaming fans. Clutching flowers and waving flags, the crowds turned out to welcome the pair, who were delayed in traffic after flying in from Sydney on the third day of their tour Down Under. The pair will only spend a few hours in Melbourne, but had a jam-packed schedule that included a meal featuring native Australian foods and a trip to a beach. “I love everything they stand for. As a human being you have so much to look up to with them,” one young fan who had been waiting since before dawn

  • Gulf News

    Huawei's Mate 20 Pro, the new king of smartphones

    There was a time when Apple defined the innovation and smartphone technology of the year with the launch of its devices every year. Over the past two years, Huawei has been slowly inching its way into that spot and with today’s launch of the Mate 20 series, it looks like the global brand has taken over this year. Today in London, Huawei launched the Mate 20 series and innovation seemed to be central to the entire event. The main focus of the event was the Mate 20 Pro.

  • Al Jazeera

    How will Khashoggi's suspected killing affect MBS?

    Saudis close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may be involved in what Turkish sources say is the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Al Jazeera has been told that a royal bodyguard controlled the operation, which allegedly led to Khashoggi's torture and death in Istanbul. He was last seen entering the consulate of Saudi Arabia 15 days ago. A joint Saudi-Turkish investigation team has searched the building, but complained of a lack of cooperation by the Saudis to the request to search the home of the Saudi consul general. The kingdom continues to deny any links to the journalist's disappearance. And MBS is distancing himself from the scandal. Will it affect his grip on power? Presenter:

  • Gulf News

    Investors panic as Heera Group chairperson is arrested in India

    UPDATE as of 11.38am  Dubai/Sharjah/Ras Al Khaimah: Hundreds of investors in the UAE are believed to have been affected by the Heera Group ponzi scam which has left a trail of devastated lives across India and the Middle East. On Wednesday, several investors trooped down to Heera Group's office in Jumeirah Lakes Towers in Dubai looking for answers. The office, however, remained locked and phones of all their representatives in the UAE had been switched off. Visits to their offices in Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah also drew a blank. Arrest On October 16, the arrest of an entrepreneur-cum-politician in India has sparked panic. Dr Aalima Nowhera Shaik, chairperson of Heera Group, was taken into custody

  • CNN

    Here's what we know now about Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance

    There is a big question mark hanging over whether French Minster for Economy and Finance Bruno Le Maire will travel to the Saudi conference dubbed "Davos in the desert" as the furor around the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi intensifies. The summit was set up by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in a bid to transform the oil-dependent economy. It is due to commence on October 23. Le Maire will make a decision on his attendance later this week, according to the French economy ministry. He's not the only one still mulling over attendance at the conference. US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is still scheduled to attend but President Donald Trump said a final decision would be

  • Gulf News

    Mayweather insists he will fight Nurmagomedov

    Los Angeles: Former world welterweight boxing champion Floyd Mayweather insisted Wednesday he plans to fight mixed martial arts star Khabib Nurmagomedov following the Russian’s victory over Conor McGregor. In comments to the TMZ Sports website, Mayweather was adamant that a fight with Nurmagomedov was “happening” provided it took place in the boxing ring. Asked by a TMZ if a fight with Nurmagomedov would take place, the 41-year-old replied: “Oh, we’re fighting.” “I’m my own boss. I can’t say what’s going on on Khabib’s end, but on my end we can make it happen,” Mayweather said. Mayweather, who came out of retirement to defeat McGregor in a money-spinning fight in Las Vegas last year, stressed