Jamal Elshayyal

Jamal Elshayyal

Jamal Khashoggi

Audio evidence 'indicates Khashoggi killed in embassy': Sources

Turkish sources say they have audio recordings that Jamal Khashoggi made on his Apple smartwatch that prove he was tortured and murdered in the embassy in Istanbul.

Audio evidence 'indicates Khashoggi killed in embassy': Sources

Middle East

Turkey releases names of 15 Saudi suspects in Khashoggi murder

Turkish news source says they include special forces officers and one is close to Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.

Turkey releases names of 15 Saudi suspects in Khashoggi murder

Middle East

Saudi Arabia denies killing of Khashoggi inside Turkey consulate

Turkish security sources say the missing journalist may have been killed and his body moved out of the consulate.

Saudi Arabia denies killing of Khashoggi inside Turkey consulate

Turkey

Missing Saudi journalist Khashoggi supporters rally in Turkey

Supporters call for the Washington Post columnist's release outside Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul from where he went missing on Tuesday.

Missing Saudi journalist Khashoggi supporters rally in Turkey

Middle East

Syria's war: Turkish-backed FSA advance near Afrin

Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal visits a military camp inside Syria - where Turkey has been training Free Syrian Army fighters.

Syria's war: Turkish-backed FSA advance near Afrin

Middle East

Turkey-Kurdish tensions escalate over Syria operation

As Turkey continues its military operation inside Syria battling Kurdish militia, the latter have not ceased in launching attacks on Turkish soil. Al Jazeera meets some of the victims whose lives have been affected by the ongoing violence.

Turkey-Kurdish tensions escalate over Syria operation

Middle East

Libya: Sudanese migrants held captive by smugglers freed

An armed group loyal to Libya's National Unity government says it has arrested a gang accused of kidnapping and torturing Sudanese migrants.

Libya: Sudanese migrants held captive by smugglers freed

Qatar

Qatar slams UAE over detention of royal family member

Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al Thani is the latest in a line of public figures to accuse Abu Dhabi of holding them against their will.

Qatar slams UAE over detention of royal family member

Egypt

Leaks reveal workings of Egypt's most powerful force

Recordings of phone calls show how public figures are told by intelligence officers what to say on TV.

Leaks reveal workings of Egypt's most powerful force

Egypt

Egypt's Shafik withdraws presidential election bid

A New York Times report says Shafik could have been influenced by the government to withdraw from the race. It is the latest in a series of leaks.

Egypt's Shafik withdraws presidential election bid

Battle for Jerusalem

Global protests mark US Jerusalem move

People around the world are protesting in solidarity with the Palestinian people against the US decision on Jerusalem.

Global protests mark US Jerusalem move

Europe

UK hosts conference on Saudi crisis

Saudi Arabia's heir to the throne, Mohammed bin Salman's policies have been the focus of a conference in London attended by analysts, academics and senior political figures.

UK hosts conference on Saudi crisis