Saudi Arabia says missing journalist killed ‘after fight at consulate'
Riyadh announces purge of senior officials but it is unclear whether claim journalist died in ‘fist-fight’ will be accepted by international community
UN envoy failed ‘mission impossible’ of bringing peace to Syria
United Nations Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura had an impossible task in bringing Syria's warring sides together, but critics say mistakes were made along the way
Israel's plan to demolish West Bank village 'could be war crime'
ICC's top prosecutor has warned Israel court will take action if the Palestinian village is destroyed, as Theresa May urges her Israeli counterpart to scrap the controversial move
Suspects in Khashoggi case 'tied to Saudi Crown Prince or his circle'
‘These people are known... [it] could not happen without the royal family knowing’, says one official
Turks and Saudis launch probe into Jamal Khashoggi disappearance
'The Saudi government did not anticipate these consequences' from the disappearance, says one Riyadh-based analyst
British government in ‘deep denial’ over civilian deaths in Raqqa
‘It stretches credibility to breaking point to believe that the MoD’s part in the massive aerial bombardment of Raqqa didn’t cause even one civilian death’
Missing journalist may have 'recorded his own murder on Apple Watch'
'The moments when Khashoggi was interrogated, tortured and murdered were recorded in the Apple Watch’s memory', says newspaper
UK draws up list of Saudi sanctions targets after journalist vanishes
Exclusive: List could be used if UK decides to invoke ‘Magnitsky amendment’, which allows Britain to impose sanctions on foreign officials accused of human rights violations