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Trump on Monday said he spoke with Saudi Arabia's King Salman, who denied any knowledge of Khashoggi's disappearance. But Trump had a theory. But Trump, who has frequently boasted about his business ties with the kingdom, suggested during the CBS interview that ending US arms sales to Saudi Arabia would not be an option, saying, "I don't want to hurt jobs".
  • Hunt for Jayme Closs, 13, after parents shot dead in Wisconsin

    Hunt for Jayme Closs, 13, after parents shot dead in Wisconsin

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    Meanwhile, deputies searched the area around the family's home with drones and infrared equipment and talked to Jayme's friends and middle school classmates, hoping to develop some leads. Authorities have described Jayme as a 5-foot-tall, 100-pound 13-year-old girl with strawberry-blonde hair and green eyes. However, investigators with the Barron County Sheriff's Office say that the tip is not credible.
  • 'Toxic materials' looked for at Saudi Consulate - 10/16/2018 5:38:45 AM

    'Toxic materials' looked for at Saudi Consulate - 10/16/2018 5:38:45 AM

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    The official did not provide details on the evidence that was recovered during the hourslong search at the diplomatic mission that ended early Tuesday. They said Saudi Arabia would acknowledge that Mr Khashoggi's death was the result of an interrogation that went wrong and the intention had been only to abduct him from Turkey.
  • Texas Woman Leaves 2-Year-Old Boy on Stranger's Doorstep

    Texas Woman Leaves 2-Year-Old Boy on Stranger's Doorstep

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    After several rings and knocks on the door, the woman runs off, hops in her auto and speeds away. A woman inside the home told police when she opened the door, she found the child by himself. The father immediately recognized the child as his own, and authorities were called. They said that the youngster appears to be unharmed, and that he is now under Child Protective Services custody.
  • Hunt for remains of Jamal Khashoggi extended to farm and forest

    Hunt for remains of Jamal Khashoggi extended to farm and forest

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    Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly killed at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey , and many USA lawmakers are pointing to the Saudi government as being responsible . Khashoggi, a former regime insider who became critical of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , wrote articles for titles including the Washington Post .
  • Sofa bomb kills 10th candidate

    Sofa bomb kills 10th candidate

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    The Taliban said Miller and General Abdul Raziq - the police chief of Kandahar province who had a fierce reputation for brutality - were the targets of the shooting. Pashtun said an Afghan military corps commander was also among the dead, although he didn't name him. The fire was opened by at least one of the governor's bodyguards.
  • President Trump Suggests 'Rogue Killers' Are Responsible for Missing Saudi Journalist

    President Trump Suggests 'Rogue Killers' Are Responsible for Missing Saudi Journalist

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    Turkish and Saudi law enforcement officials started to conduct a joint inspection of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul yesterday as Daily Sabah went to press, almost two weeks after the disappearance of Khashoggi. Pompeo met with Saudi Arabian King Salman and the crown prince in Riyadh on Tuesday. Pompeo and other White House officials have not addressed reports from CNN and The New York Times suggesting the Saudi government would soon release a report that Khashoggi was accidentally ...
  • Stunning video shows bridge washed away in Texas flood

    Stunning video shows bridge washed away in Texas flood

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    It was just after 9:00 a.m. when the FM 2900 bridge in Kingsland collapsed, sending chunks rushing down the river. The river isn't expected to drop below major flood stage until Wednesday. Water from the Colorado River pours over the Max Starcke Dam on Tuesday. The river topped out at almost 40 feet this morning, but the National Weather Service expects waters to surge again tomorrow morning.
  • "Dastardly, inhuman and ungodly", Nigeria says as Boko Haram executes nurse

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    Patricia Danzi, the ICRC's regional director, said there was no justification for the "execution of innocent young healthcare workers" and she feared for its implication on their work in the region. Izuogu Onyedikachi who worked with the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF). Buhari urged the ICRC to keep working in Nigeria and said the government would do all it can to protect its staff and other aid workers providing humanitarian services in the northeast.
  • MJ Akbar: India minister quits after #MeToo allegations

    MJ Akbar: India minister quits after #MeToo allegations

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    In clear and explicit terms, these women have detailed the behaviour of the present Minister of State for External Affairs, Shri M.J. Akbar, over a period of nearly three decades from about the mid-1980s to the end of the first decade of this century, when he was in a position of power and responsibility in some of the major news organisations of this country.
  • U.S. first lady's plane lands safely after 'mechanical' issue

    U.S. first lady's plane lands safely after 'mechanical' issue

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    Mrs Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said "everyone is fine and everyone is safe" following the incident. She was late for the visit on the morning of October 17 after her first flight was forced to return to a Washington area military base because of smoke in the cabin.
  • In major break over Ukraine, Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople

    In major break over Ukraine, Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople

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    In Ukraine, for decades there have been three Orthodox churches: two self-declared autocephalous, or independent, and not considered canonical by the other Orthodox churches. The Russian Orthodox Church says Mount Athos is also now closed to Russian Orthodox Christians from Russia . A matter of our national security. The drive for Ukrainian Orthodox independence intensified in 2014, when Russian Federation annexed Crimea and Russia-backed separatists seized a big swathe of territory in ...
  • Voters unlikely to fall for Israel embassy review

    Voters unlikely to fall for Israel embassy review

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    Morrison considered that both the creation of the two-state solution between Israel and Palestine and the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel can be achieved, although he clarified that no decision had been made in this regard, reports Efe news .