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Report: Trump Administration Green-Lighted US Work On Nuclear Projects In Saudi Arabia Shortly After Khashoggi Killing

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Report: Trump Administration Green-Lighted US Work On Nuclear Projects In Saudi Arabia Shortly After Khashoggi Killing

Report: Trump Administration Green-Lighted US Work On Nuclear Projects In Saudi Arabia Shortly After Khashoggi Killing

The Trump administration reportedly gave US companies authorization to work on nuclear projects in Saudi Arabia’s nuclear efforts in the days following the killing journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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