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The squad leader, Salah Muhammad al-Tubaigy, the head of forensic evidence in the Saudi general security department, started cutting Khashoggi's body while he was alive. What has the investigation found so far? Turkey's chief prosecutor on Wednesday confirmed for the first time that Khashoggi was strangled as soon as he entered the consulate on October 2 as part of a planned hit, and his body was then dismembered and destroyed .
  • Pence's Message To Oprah: 'I'm Kind Of A Big Deal Too'

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    She touts her experience working with Republicans as a state legislative leader, but she doesn't back down on her promises to expand Medicaid insurance, prioritize public education and push for tighter gun restrictions. "And I've got a message for all of Stacey Abrams's liberal Hollywood friends: This ain't Hollywood", he added. John Lewis, an icon of the Civil Rights movement and the dance floor, provided some needed respite by getting down to the song "Happy" by Pharrell Williams ...
  • Netanyahu Tells Trump To Back Saudi Prince After Brutal Khashoggi Murder

    Netanyahu Tells Trump To Back Saudi Prince After Brutal Khashoggi Murder

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    FILE - Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor Saud al-Mojeb walks to board a plane to leave Turkey , in Istanbul, Oct. 31, 2018. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has met with a delegation of pro-Israeli advocates in Riyadh amid reports that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked the USA to keep supporting the young prince against global criticism.
  • US troops deployed at the border limited in what they can do

    US troops deployed at the border limited in what they can do

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    In private, Homeland Security officials acknowledge they were alarmed by scenes of migrants breaking through a gate at Guatemala's border with Mexico last week. But there already is a bottleneck of would-be asylum seekers waiting at some USA border crossings to make their claims, some waiting as long as five weeks.
  • Turkey targets east of Syria after securing Idlib

    Turkey targets east of Syria after securing Idlib

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his US counterpart Donald Trump discussed bilateral ties and the latest developments in Syria, including the Manbij road map and Idlib, in a phone call on Thursday, Turkey's presidential press office said Thursday.
  • Gaza demonstrators hit by car tyre shortage as Israel blocks imports

    Gaza demonstrators hit by car tyre shortage as Israel blocks imports

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    Omar Shakir, Human Rights Watch director in Israel and the Palestinian territories, said the killing of the boys appeared to be a violation of human rights law. Palestinians and rights groups say protesters have been shot while posing little or no threat. Mohammed abu Abada, 27, was shot in the chest in protests along the border near Beit Lahia in northern Gaza, a health ministry spokesman told AFP.
  • Donald Trump pushes for end to birthright citizenship

    Donald Trump pushes for end to birthright citizenship

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    Mr Trump would have a better chance of ending citizenship at birth for non-citizens with an act of Congress but it would require a majority in both houses of Congress. Graham, a Trump rival for the GOP nomination in the 2016 election who emerged as one of the president's strongest boosters during Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation, didn't comment on Trump's claim to be able to eliminate the right with executive authority.
  • World's biggest statue sparks anger with poverty hit farmers

    World's biggest statue sparks anger with poverty hit farmers

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    In another tweet, Gandhi accused the government of "treason", saying there was a " systematic destruction " of institutions that Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel had helped in building. The Gujarat government-led celebrations gripped the State under Ekta Yatra, which spread awareness about Sardar Patel, the statue and the event being held at Kevadia on Wednesday.
  • Text Messages Show Andrew Gillum Lied About FBI & Hamilton Tickets

    Text Messages Show Andrew Gillum Lied About FBI & Hamilton Tickets

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    He resurrected a supposed racist "dog whistle" uttered by DeSantis when he urged voters not to " monkey this up " by turning away from the GOP. Gillum said. On Twitter, Republican media consultant Brian Burgess blasted Gillum's handling of the matter and accused him of playing the race card in his Facebook post.
  • Israeli army strikes Hamas targets in response to rockets from Gaza

    Israeli army strikes Hamas targets in response to rockets from Gaza

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    It said about 10 rockets were intercepted by its Iron Dome rocket defense system, two landed prematurely in Gaza and the rest fell in open areas. In response to the rockets, Israeli fighter jets and helicopters were "striking terror targets in the Gaza Strip", the army said in a statement early Saturday.
  • Knife attacker wounds 14 children in Chinese kindergarten

    Knife attacker wounds 14 children in Chinese kindergarten

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    Police in the Chongqing city said, the children were slashed by the 39-year-old woman about 9:30 a.m. Video from the scene appeared to show angry onlookers attempting to hit and kick the woman after she was detained. Such attacks are often blamed on people with mental illness or who have personal grievances. School security guards and staff managed to restrain the attacker and she was later arrested before being sent to a local police station.
  • Strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake hits Greek tourist island

    Strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake hits Greek tourist island

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    The quake happened in the Ionian Sea just off the coast of the island of Zakynthos . Tremors in Malta were felt in the early hours of Friday morning, after an natural disaster off the western coast of Greece . "We are controlling all villages on the island, where there are several old buildings", civil protection spokesman Spyros Georgiou told the AP news agency, adding that the lack electricity made things harder but technicians were working to fix the damage.