Saudi Arabia is the “pillar” around which the Arab relationship with the United States is anchored, said one official. Arabs in the region worry that Iran will see an opportunity to exploit the fallout from the Saudi journalist’s killing.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan showed deference to Saudi King Salman in his speech, but made no mention of his son. It was an attempt to drive a wedge between the king and the crown prince, whom Erdogan considers a threat to Turkey’s interests and ambitions, analysts said.
As the group grows, its beginnings are being scrutinized: How did more than 5,000 migrants from across Central America find each other? The answer from many migrants is that they had wanted to leave for months or years, and then — in a Facebook post, a television program, a WhatsApp group — they saw an image of the group and decided to join.
U.S. Cyber Command is targeting Russian operatives, warning them that the military is tracking their activities in an attempt to deter them, according to defense officials. Experts are split on how effective the measures will be.
Thanks to the prevalence of fast-casual pizza, an office-worker population that wearies of the same lunch quickly is finding the oblong flatbread called pide a novel take on something that is comfortingly recognizable.
David J. Thomas Sr. said he was unaware of former Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest’s affiliation with the hate group and removed the painting after offended employees began signing a petition.
Kelly Johnston, a vice president with the soup company, suggested that George Soros’s Open Society Foundations orchestrated the migration of thousands of people and was even controlling “where they defecate.”