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"Correspondent Steve Dorsey. New charges in the murder of Saudi Arabia Jomo kashogi Saudi Arabia's town prosecutor announced charges against eleven people were associated with the Washington Post contributor. He says the seek the death penalty for five the NFL pointing to the. On Saudi Arabia's former deputy persona que says the show. Portland. Shoghi? Now member Saudis. Entailed? And they haven't said where his remains are there's day. The Trump administration announced sanctions against seventeen Saudi individuals associated with the murder, but it has been reluctant to inflict widespread punishment because of the importance of the US Saudi relationship secretary of state Mike von says Saudi Arabia is critical in countering Iran's influence in the region. We will continue to work to maintain than portent strategic relationship while holding accountable those responsible for this atrocious death, but critics of the administration say the president's attacks against the press emboldened the Saudis, Tuesday's Senator Lindsey Graham, a strong ally of President Trump called Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, unstable and said he and other senators are discussing more sanctions against Saudi Arabia, Nicole, Killian, CBS news, the Whitehouse murder charges. Have also been filed against some of the most elite troops in the US military CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick reports from the Pentagon. The military has formally charged. Two navy seals and two special forces marines. The death of an army staff sergeant last year in the west African nation of Mali, the four face charges of felony murder conspiracy and obstruction of Justice Logan Melgar who was a green beret was strangled. The navy says it won't be releasing details of the investigation, but Melgar reportedly had told his superiors about misconduct involving the others. Cami mccormick. Reporting from the Pentagon now to the border where the US says its troops in border patrol are ready for a caravan of migrants, hundreds of Central American migrants pulled ahead of the caravan made it to the US border crossing in Tijuana. For arriving on nine busloads, some celebrated by climbing the border fence to put one leg in the US territory. They would then take shelters in groups of thirty to forty. The original caravan has picked up speed by breaking into smaller groups, the US government has been preparing by hardening the border with barbed wire and barriers anything you need. You don't have Defense Secretary Jim Mattis joined homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen visiting troops at the crossing point in mcallen, Texas. Mattis says nearly six thousand servicemembers have been deployed so far and called it a moral and ethical mission. Mortar."