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People Exclusive pictures of Jamal Khashoggi entering the Saudi consulate
Author: 0 Exclusive pictures of Jamal Khashoggi entering the Saudi consulate

He continued: 'Unfortunately, a huge and grave mistake was made and I assure them that those responsible will be held accountable for this'. "I agree with all those who say when it comes to our already limited arms exports (to Saudi Arabia) that they can not take place in the current situation", she told reporters at her party headquarters.

People Trump accuses Saudi Arabia of lying on Khashoggis death
Author: 0 Trump accuses Saudi Arabia of lying on Khashoggis death

Reuters reported on Sunday it had spoken to a Saudi official who said Mr Khashoggi had died in a chokehold after resisting attempts to return him to Saudi Arabia. Jubeir denied on Sunday that Mohammed had any prior knowledge of the operation and said that the agents involved "weren't people closely tied" to him.

People United Nations envoy urges de-escalation in
Author: 0 United Nations envoy urges de-escalation in "imploding" Gaza

This latest escalation comes after dozens of Israeli tanks amassed around Gaza ahead of Friday's protests. Protesters have assembled along the fence every Friday ever-since, demanding the right of return for those driven out of their homeland at the hands of the Zionist regime.

People 'We don't know where the body is' - Saudi FM on Jamal Khashoggi
Author: 0 'We don't know where the body is' - Saudi FM on Jamal Khashoggi

Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told Fox News the act was a "tremendous mistake" and denied the influential crown prince ordered the killing. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday vowed to reveal within days the "naked truth" over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as Riyadh insisted it did not know the whereabouts of his body and that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had been unaware of any operation to kill him.

People Assange sues Ecuador for 'violating fundamental rights'
Author: 0 Assange sues Ecuador for 'violating fundamental rights'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is to launch legal action against the government of Ecuador , accusing it of violating his "fundamental rights and freedoms". from economic co-operation to counternarcotics assistance, to the possible return of a USAID mission to Ecuador, we must first resolve a significant challenge created by your predecessor, Rafael Correa - the status of Julian Assange".

People Meghan Markle cutting down on tour engagements: 'She's feeling fine, but resting'
Author: 0 Meghan Markle cutting down on tour engagements: 'She's feeling fine, but resting'

Kensington Palace said the couple had chose to cut back Meghan's schedule "slightly" ahead of the couple's visit to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. "After a busy program, the Duke and Duchess have made a decision to cut back The Duchess's schedule slightly for the next couple of days, ahead of the final week-and-a-half of the tour", Kensington Palace said in a statement reported by Australia's SBS news.

People Prince Harry admits he wants a girl
Author: 0 Prince Harry admits he wants a girl

The Duke of Sussex donned a pair of tight swimming trunks - known to Australians as budgie smugglers - over his jeans on the first day of competition of the Invictus Games in Sydney . While the couple initially broke the news on Twitter , Harry made a decision to mention the same at the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony on Saturday.

People Shot Near Jacksonville Jaguars’ Stadium During Game
Author: 0 Shot Near Jacksonville Jaguars’ Stadium During Game

Three victims were last reported to be in critical condition. The Sheriff's Office said the shooting did not impact the game. The suspect is on the run, with police saying they believe he or she is in a silver or gray four-door vehicle.

People US, South Korea cancel major military exercise
Author: 0 US, South Korea cancel major military exercise

The suspension of this year's Vigilant Air exercise marks the second time that the US and South Korea have agreed to put off an annual large-scale military exercise in the wake of the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore this past June. Speaking to the Voice of America during a trip in Mexico City, Pompeo said he anticipated a second meeting between Trump and Kim "in the very near future", though the date has not yet been set.

People Anger brews in Amritsar after train tragedy
Author: 0 Anger brews in Amritsar after train tragedy

One security personnel was injured after protesters pelted stones on police when being asked to clear railway tracks where they were protesting against the train accident . Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh have also promised all possible assistance. The railway accident was India's worst in years, but the junior minister who manages Indian Railways, the world's fourth largest rail system, refused to accept responsibility.

People Kaduna Governor imposes 24-hour curfew on Kasuwan Magani
Author: 0 Kaduna Governor imposes 24-hour curfew on Kasuwan Magani

At least 55 people were confirmed killed in the Kasuwar Magani violence that had a religious undertone. The tolls of people who have been killed in a clash between Hausa and Adara youths at Kasuwan Magani, Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State has reached 35.

People Jordan shocks Jerusalem, downgrades peace treaty with Israel
Author: 0 Jordan shocks Jerusalem, downgrades peace treaty with Israel

They have also been expanding economic ties in the a year ago. There has been talk for months inside Jordan of the need to regain those two areas. Abdullah is in vice. As part of a 1994 peace treaty, Israel retained private land ownership and special travel rights in Baqura in the northwestern part of the kingdom and Ghamr in the south for 25 years, with a one-year notice period needed to keep the lease from automatically extending.

People Trump Says New UN Ambassador To Be Chosen ‘Very Quickly’
Author: 0 Trump Says New UN Ambassador To Be Chosen ‘Very Quickly’

Haley made reference to Warren releasing her DNA test results showing she could be anywhere between 1/64th to 1/1,024th Native American. Trump "said if I get stuck for laughs, just brag about his accomplishments ", she continued. "But I do understand why you invited me", Haley said. Among other jokes, Haley also shared a piece of advice President Trump gave her: "he said if I get stuck for laughs, just brag about his accomplishments-it really killed at the United Nations, I gotta tell ...

People Israel steps up deployment on Gaza border
Author: 0 Israel steps up deployment on Gaza border

Dozens of Palestinians attempted to approach the fence separating Gaza from Israel and several were able to cut through the fence. According to Haaretz, the Security Cabinet convened for five hours late Wednesday after a number of rockets were fired into Israeli territory from Gaza.

People Georgia police officer fatally shot near middle school; suspects run away
Author: 0 Georgia police officer fatally shot near middle school; suspects run away

Police in Georgia are searching for a man suspected of killing a police officer who was answering a call about a suspicious vehicle near a middle school, authorities said. After the shooting, federal and local authorities began a massive manhunt for the two suspects. It did not hit the officer's vest, Smith said. "Our hearts are with the family & friends of the Gwinnett Police Officer who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty today", the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a ...

People European Union leader's scathing put-down sums up Theresa May's Brexit talks
Author: 0 European Union leader's scathing put-down sums up Theresa May's Brexit talks

But no deal was reached, and the leaders of the 27 remaining European Union states decided not to call a special Brexit summit in November after chief negotiator Michel Barnier said he needed "much more time" for talks. Critics, including politicians from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), also point out that an extended transition would do nothing to resolve the issue of the Irish backstop itself.

People 30 injured when clubhouse floor collapses at Clemson apartment complex
Author: 0 30 injured when clubhouse floor collapses at Clemson apartment complex

At least 30 party attendees were injured early Sunday when a floor collapsed at an apartment complex near Clemson University in SC, sending guests falling several feet into a clubhouse basement, authorities said. "It was insane", Pearson said. "You've got people that are trying to have a good time, trying to enjoy themselves.then the next thing they know the floor collapses", said Chief Jimmy Dixon with the Clemson Police Department .

People Nikki Haley Roasts Elizabeth Warren For Failing DNA Test
Author: 0 Nikki Haley Roasts Elizabeth Warren For Failing DNA Test

Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner. During recent rallies to drum up support for Republican candidates ahead of the upcoming US November midterm elections, Trump has repeatedly painted Democratic opposition party members as "dangerous" and "extreme", Sputnik previously reported.

People Amritsar Train Accident: Everyone failed Punjab victims
Author: 0 Amritsar Train Accident: Everyone failed Punjab victims

Vijay Madan and her son have gone missing. An angry mob threw stones at police on Sunday (Oct 21) near the site of a deadly railway accident in north India, demanding immediate financial compensation for the families of the victims and government jobs for those who lost wage-earners.

People Africas youngest billionaire freed from abduction, says his group
Author: 0 Africas youngest billionaire freed from abduction, says his group

He thanked the Tanzanian authorities for working toward his safe return, and people all around the world for their prayers. He released a statement on Twitter which said: 'I thank Allah that I have returned home safely. Dewji, 43, who heads the MeTL Group and has been dubbed Africa's youngest billionaire, was seized by gunmen as he entered a hotel gym in Dar es Salaam last Thursday.

People Turkish Newspaper Names 15 Saudis in Missing Journalist Case
Author: 0 Turkish Newspaper Names 15 Saudis in Missing Journalist Case

The case has sparked outrage from human rights and journalism groups and threatens to harm ties between Saudi Arabia and the U.S., which has demanded answers from the kingdom over the disappearance. A video obtained by The Washington Post on Wednesday purports to lay out movements of the 15-man Saudi team that Turkish authorities suspect of carrying out the abduction or killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul last week.

People India train disaster toll rises amid anger over safety
Author: 0 India train disaster toll rises amid anger over safety

Doctors at Civil Hospital and Guru Nanak Hospital said 39 bodies have been identified. Amritsar's main hospital did not have enough space in its morgue, and some corpses were laid outside. According to media reports the organisers, members of the ruling Congress party, had gone into hiding. Railway minister Piyush Goyal returned early from a trip to the United States to go to Amritsar on Saturday.

People Students served kangaroo meat in chili at Nebraska school
Author: 0 Students served kangaroo meat in chili at Nebraska school

The unusual lunch was served up last week at the Potter-Dix High School in Western Nebraska. At least one parent told KSID Radio their child got sick, but Williams declined to say whether or not it could've been from the exotic meat, which is legal in the US.

People Pregnant Meghan Markle misses morning engagement in Sydney
Author: 0 Pregnant Meghan Markle misses morning engagement in Sydney

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex was urged to pace herself by her husband after she felt exhausted when the opening of the Invictus Games on October 20 overran by almost two hours, royal sources said . A regular championship for injured servicemen and women was an idea begging to be stolen, Harry said when he originally launched the Invictus Games .

People US, China compete to lure ASEAN members
Author: 0 US, China compete to lure ASEAN members

In a recent reminder of the risks amid rising tensions, the Pentagon this month accused China of an unsafe and unprofessional manoeuver in the South China Sea that brought a Chinese ship dangerously close to a U.S. The talks took place as the US seeks to forge to more resilient military ties that can withstand mounting pressure between the world's two largest economies.

People Assange sues Ecuador for violating 'fundamental rights'
Author: 0 Assange sues Ecuador for violating 'fundamental rights'

The move comes in response to a new policy governing Assange's stay at the South American nation's London embassy. Lawyers for the Wikileaks founder said yesterday that they would begin legal action against Ecuador over an alleged violation of Mr Assange's "fundamental rights and freedoms".

People Meghan Markle Shows Off Baby Bump in Australia
Author: 0 Meghan Markle Shows Off Baby Bump in Australia

We have to make sure she is well paced and not overdoing it. Duchess Meghan will be cutting back on several engagements on the couple's grueling 16-day Royal Tour . The cuteness continued into later in the day, when Harry and Meghan met a 5-year-old boy, Luke Vincent, who was infatuated with Harry's beard. Guest said: "Every time we meet up we always have a chat about my tattoos".

People Donald Trump and Joe Biden exchange blows in Nevada as midterms loom
Author: 0 Donald Trump and Joe Biden exchange blows in Nevada as midterms loom

Today President Donald Trump is holding his third rally in as many days, this time in Elko, Nevada. Trump noted that despite repeatedly running for president, Biden never got more than one percent support in the polls. Sen. Trump also accuses Democrats of backing an "extremist immigration agenda" and claims that he's "already figured out" how to solve the complex issue of immigration, though he's giving no details.

People Jamal Khashoggi’s Secret Interview Released After His Death Confirmed
Author: 0 Jamal Khashoggi’s Secret Interview Released After His Death Confirmed

Those fired included Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's adviser Saud al-Qahtani and deputy intelligence chief Maj. In an attempt to contain the damage, Riyadh said it had sacked several officials, including Ahmad al-Assiri, a top general in the General Intelligence Agency (GIA) and a close aide to bin Salman.

People Edmonton Girl Guide sells out of cookies in cannabis store lineup
Author: 0 Edmonton Girl Guide sells out of cookies in cannabis store lineup

After recreational marijuana became legal in Canada on Wednesday, long lines were common outside stores as people lined up to buy cannabis. Elina Childs, 9, hadn't had much luck selling her treats in the past, and was even bitten by a dog as she tried to sell the snacks in her neighbourhood in Edmonton.

Author: 0 Brexit protest sees half a million take to the streets

The Mirror spoke to two students leading the march behind a People's Vote banner. Stand-up comedian Eddie Izzard donned a navy suit and waved Union Jack and European flags as he strolled through the capital's streets. The household names were also joined by TV and radio presenter Mariella Frostrup and Sadiq Khan, who took to the stage and addressed the crowds. The protesters waved the blue and gold flag of the European Union and held up "Bollocks to Brexit" banners under sunny skies to ...