Washington (CNN)Jamal Khashoggi’s murder at the hands of a Saudi Arabian government team means President Donald Trump now faces a question: what to do about it. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the US “acknowledges the announcement from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” and will “closely follow the international investigations into this tragic incident.” The…

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe landmark building was gutted by the fire within a matter of hours The Primark fire could be an opportunity to re-imagine Belfast city centre, it has been claimed. The president of Belfast Chamber of Commerce said some people believed lessons could be learned from Manchester, which…

(CNN) 1. Saudi Arabia The Trump administration is starting to take a tougher public stand against Saudi Arabia, as evidence piles up of the kingdom’s possible role in Jamal Khashoggi’s apparent death. For the first time, President Trump said he believes the Washington Post columnist is probably dead, and he alluded to “severe” consequences for the Saudis if…