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Mark Landler / New York Times:
Trump calls Saudi Arabia's account of Khashoggi's killing “the worst cover-up ever”, says he'll wait to assign blame until US officials return from Turkey
John McCarthy / The Drum:
The remaining 13 reporters at Jimmy Wales' Wikitribune have left the site; co-founder Orit Kopel says they're now searching for a more “community oriented” team
Claire Newell / Telegraph:
UK appeals court stops The Telegraph from revealing allegations of sexual harassment and racial abuse of staff by an unnamed businessman, citing NDAs
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