Jamal Khashoggi

Khashoggi trial: Consulate worker was told to 'light up the oven'

Technician tells Turkish court he was given the orders after Khashoggi entered the building where he was killed.

The other independence day in the United States

As protests against police brutality and racism sweep the nation, many in the US are recognising a Black holiday celebrating emancipation.

US RV sales surge as socially distant travel sweeps nation

US RV sales surge as socially distant travel sweeps nation

More families are buying and renting vans to vacation during the coronavirus pandemic.

Low-cost Harrods? Outlet store and job cuts part of 'new normal'

Harrods: Adapting to the post-lockdown retail landscape

'I don't think people understand how painful the last 90 days has been,' the department store's managing director said.

Venezuela: Arrest warrants for Guaido's ad hoc central bank board

Venezuela: Arrest warrants for Guaido's ad hoc central bank board

Venezuela's chief prosecutor announced arrest warrants for several crimes, including treason.

Saudi Arabia continues $20bn tourism project despite crisis

Saudi Arabia continues $20bn tourism project despite crisis

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told planners to move 'full speed ahead, no slowdown', according to a source.