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United States President Donald Trump on Nov. 17 called a CIA assessment blaming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi "very premature" and said he will receive a complete report on the case on Nov. 20.
A former CIA case officer and intelligence analyst for CNN claimed the Trump administration is helping the Saudis cover up journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder, according to Business Insider.
Analyst Robert Spencer told Vecernje Novosti daily in an interview - commenting on the newspaper's recent discovery of the role of US intelligence officials in hiding reports about crimes perpetrated against Serbs in Podrinje (along the Drina River), said the Saudi authorities had a huge impact on the state apparatus in Washington.
Djokovic tops the new ATP lit with 8,045 points, followed by Rafael Nadal with 7,480, and Roger Federer (6,260).
Djokovic completed his impressive comeback by qualifying for the final game of the Paris Masters. He eventually lost the match to Karen Khachanov of Russia - but earned 600 new points and emerged at the top of the ATP list for the fourth time in his career.
The head of the CIA on Oct. 25 briefed U.S. President Donald Trump on the latest developments in the investigation of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi after a fact-finding mission to Turkey, officials said.
CIA Director Gina Haspel listened to an audio tape of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's interrogation and murder during a visit to Turkey, the Washington Post reported Oct. 24.
Some 5,000 additional officers of the Greek Police (ELAS), helicopters and boats belonging to the coast guard, and agents from America's Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation are forming the biggest ever security operation to protect the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), which opens at the northern port city on Saturday.
Romania's ambassador to the United States of America George Cristian Maior has taken note of the press statement released by Romania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs about him being called to explain his reaction on Monday following the appearance in public of a letter ''attributed to a private citizen of the United States of America.''