This balance that many worldwide politicians are choosing to follow, of continued conversation with the Saudi crown prince whilst confronting him head on about the Khashoggi case, is the most appropriate in these hard circumstances.
In nearly daily exchanges between October 2017 and August 2018, Khashoggi and Abdulaziz conceived plans to form an electronic army to engage young Saudis back home and debunk state propaganda on social media, leveraging Khashoggi's establishment profile and the 27-year-old Abdulaziz's 340,000-strong Twitter following.
On Thursday, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announced Canada was imposing sanctions on 17 Saudi Arabian nationals the government deems linked to Khashoggi's killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Newly revealed WhatsApp messages sent by murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi just weeks before his death could provide a crucial insight into why he was killed.
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This means that the 33-year-old playmaker will break the dominance of Lionel Messi and Ronaldo in the last decade. Ronaldo - who has scored over 500 career goals - has made no secret of his desire to win the Ballon d'Or again.
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Those results lifted Everton to sixth in the table with 22 points, one of their best starts to a league campaign in decades. "We've conceded five goals and you talk about how our midfield is "overrun"?" he responded.
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In return, China is to purchase "very substantial" amount of agricultural, energy, industrial and other product from the US. The White House is stepping up efforts to prod other countries to build more vehicles in the United States.
Israel's Defence Ministry declined to comment on its export policies. Mohammed bin Salman, or MbS as he is often referred to by the media, has been side-lined by numerous politicians, however he has not been completely outcast as a political pariah as most countries acknowledge the need to maintain a relationship with Saudi Arabia for trade and intelligence links.
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Abdulaziz is demanding 600,000 shekels - about $160,000 - in damages from the company, as well as an order preventing it from selling its technology, known as "Pegasus", to Saudi Arabia. It said it takes "an extremely scrupulous" approach to the sale of its products, which also undergo vetting and licensing by Israel's Defence Ministry.
A lawsuit filed in Tel Aviv on Sunday shows Abdulaziz is suing Israel's NSO Group, who make hacking software, and have already been sued by Mexican and Qatari citizens on similar grounds. It said the request was denied.