Saudi scraps death sentences over Khashoggi murder, jails 8
A Saudi court Monday overturned five death sentences over journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder in a final ruling that jailed eight defendants to between seven and 20 years, state media reported. "Five of the convicts were given 20 years in prison and another three were jailed for 7-10...
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