The INF treaty was signed between the then US president Ronald Reagan and his USSR counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987 on the elimination of intermediate-range and shorter-range missiles
Before dawn on Saturday, Riyadh backtracked on a fortnight of denials by announcing that Khashoggi died during a "brawl" inside the consulate on October 2
The protesters waved the blue and gold flag of the EU and held up "Bollocks to Brexit" banners under sunny skies to call for another referendum on Brexit
Saudi Arabia said early on Saturday that Khashoggi, a critic of the country's de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, had died in a fight inside the building
Qatar broadcaster Al Jazeera's senior meteorologist, Steff Gaulter, tweeted that one part of the capital Doha had experienced almost a year's worth of rain on Saturday
Turkish officials have accused Riyadh of carrying out a state-sponsored killing and dismembering the body, which police have begun hunting for in an Istanbul forest
Russia has denied all allegations of meddling in US 2016 elections.
Prime Minister Imran Khan's administration has sent mixed messages over whether Pakistan will enter another IMF programme
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is among some of the prominent politicians to throw their support behind the People's Vote campaign.
Assange sought refuge at the Ecuador Embassy in Knightsbridge in June 2012, having lost an appeal against extradition to Sweden for questioning on allegations of rape and sexual assault that went to the Supreme Court.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday night spoke with Saudi King Salman and the two agreed to continue cooperation in the probe
Voters were seen fleeing a school in the north of the Afghan capital after a blast.
The US Navy conducted a similar mission in the strait's international waters in July and any repeat would be seen in self-ruled Taiwan as a fresh expression of support by President Donald Trump's government
Guatemala's government tweeted that Hernandez would meet Morales on October 20 in Guatemala City to implement a strategy for returning the Honduran migrants
The 55-kilometer-long bridge, situated in the Lingdingyang waters of the Pearl River Estuary, will be the world's longest sea bridge
Ecuador this month created the new protocol governing Julian Assange's stay at the embassy.
For the week, Brent fell 0.9 percent, while US crude lost 3.1 percent.
President Donald Trump said he doesn't think he was lied to by Saudi leaders over the death of Khashoggi
The United States warned on October 19 of a "wide range" of responses should it determine that Saudi Arabia is behind the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
The two sides have been engaged in talks on the leaders' second meeting after the first, unprecedented, one in Singapore in June.
Assange's legal action comes with speculation mounting that Ecuador was preparing to end its standoff with the British government by terminating his six-year asylum.
Hailing the Singapore agreement, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said "we can make it clear that the world is about creating win-win situations."
The Islamic republic, already hurt by a resumption of US sanctions over its past nuclear programme, this month approved one bill to help meet demands imposed by the international Financial Action Task Force.
The Department of Homeland Security said that the US Citizenship and Immigration Services plans to come out with its new proposal by January 2019.