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The Crown's fifth season takes on Prince Charles and Princess Diana's agonizing road to separation and divorce in the 1990s.But it was really all just leading up to season five, which covers the chapter of the royal family's story where the genteel action went spectacularly off the rails.
Washington. The US government wants to protect the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman in the case of brutal murder at journalist Jamal Khashoggi from law enforcement. With the explanation, the United States completes a U -turn. © Hasan Jamali The journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed in the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul in 2018.
The US government wants to protect the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman in a surprising U-turn in the case of brutal murder on journalist Jamal Khashoggi from law enforcement. Because of his official status and his high office, Mohammed should enjoy immunity in lawsuit that fiancee Khashoggi's fiance and crowded by the columnist, said the government of President Joe Biden on Thursday (local time). The US application is not binding, ultimately a judge has to decide whether the Saudi de-facto ruler is granted protection against law enforcement.
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with the explanation, the government is making an amazing turn, especially since Biden as a presidential candidate had announced that he would treat the kingdom as a "parially state" because of the murder of Khashoggi. In addition to the brutal killing of the Saudi columnist, for the US secret services of Crown Prince Mohammed directly, there are other allegations against the leadership in Riad with regard to human rights. The recent government's decision is likely to cause resentment among human rights activists and some US Congress members.
The Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi embassy in Istanbul in 2018. He was a critic of the Saudi crown prince.
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This is the harrowing moment a distressed elephant collapsed while being beaten and forced into a truck in Thailand. The male jumbo named Plai Tongkhun had a mahout on his back wielding a bullhook to make him walk up the vehicle in Surin province, northeast Thailand.However, testosterone-fuelled Plai Tongkhun became irritable because of the current mating season which lasts until the end of December and early January.Footage from the incident on November 17 shows how the agitated jumbo repeatedly rammed its head against the side of the truck. It then fell off the ramp and apparently lost consciousness.Shocked onlooker Sujitta Jumjit said: 'Plai Tongkhun was in musth so the caretakers were trying to get him back to the camp. 'One of his eyes was blinded from the liquid that is secreted during musth so I guess he must have lost balance and fallen off the truck while being irritated at everything around him. 'Nobody was seriously injured and Plai Tongkhun is now resting at the camp safely.'Male elephants or bulls periodically enter a state called ‘musth' which can last several months. A bull in musth experiences increased testosterone production and aggressive behaviour, resulting in clashes between adult males.Elephants are Thailand's national animal. The country has an estimated 2,000 Asian elephants living in the wild, where they wander freely among protected forests.