At least 18 people died when all eight of the train's cars flew off the tracks in north-east Taiwan Sunday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his country will negotiate with Jordan to keep the lease agreement going.
The Saudi foreign minister told Fox News on Sunday that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman didn't know about Khashoggi's death.
At first, Yameen conceded defeat, but later he claimed the election was rigged and called for a police investigation.
The president initially said the Saudis' story was credible, in sharp contrast with other world leaders who have criticized the Saudi account.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin emphasized the "longstanding" relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Liberal Party will now have to compromise with independents and the opposition to get anything passed in Parliament.
The Macedonian vote could provoke further divisions among the fragile Greek coalition government.
A Russian national from St. Petersburg allegedly managed a multimillion-dollar account to propel online propaganda ahead of the midterms.
Attacks have killed several candidates and dozens of Afghan citizens in the lead up to the election.
The lawsuit relates to a new set of embassy house rules that Assange claims violates his rights.
The Saudi government also dismissed a senior intelligence official, the same one who previous reports indicated might be blamed for Khashoggi's death.
Mexico is seeking assistance from the United Nations refugee agency to help identify which migrants have legitimate asylum claims.
The White House is still working out how to handle the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside a Saudi consulate.
Afghans in other regions across the country are set to elect a new parliament on October 20.