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Fresh update on "istanbul turkey" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:43 min | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "istanbul turkey" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"We're gonna hold them accountable for human rights abuses. It is outrageous. What happened? I shall G went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey in October, 2018 to pick up documents he needed to get married. But he never made it out alive. The State Department has put 76 Salvi's on a list that bans travel to this country, but no action against the crown prince himself. Two months late, but the Golden Globes they're said to be awarded tonight, and they're addressing some concerns about how the decisions are made. Over the years. There has been much criticism about the small group that votes for the Golden Globe Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Complaints have usually focused on the fact that some of the members are not full time working journalists this year. There is also been criticism about the racial makeup of the 87 person group. There is not one black member in recent days, the group has responded, saying it's committed to including blacks in its membership. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS Los Angeles not go on the school called to talk about it to its 1 20 as.

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Biden to reexamine Saudi relations after release of declassified Khashoggi report

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 8 hrs ago

Biden to reexamine Saudi relations after release of declassified Khashoggi report

"Says his administration will make an announcement about future U. S relations with Saudi Arabia tomorrow. A declassified intelligence report officially blamed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of Washington Post journalist Your mom could show he hears CBS correspondent Holly Williams. The report says that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved an operation to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Has Sugi Sugi was an outspoken critic of the Saudi Arabian regime. President Biden says he told the Crown prince is father King Salman that quote the rules are changing We're gonna hold them accountable for human rights abuses. It is outrageous. What happened? I shall G went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey in October, 2018 to pick up documents he needed to get married, but he never made it out alive. Secretary of State and Tony Blinken announced the Kodiak banning foreigners who threatened dissidents or harass reporters and their families, putting 76 Saudis on that list.

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Fresh update on "istanbul turkey" discussed on Fox News Sunday

Fox News Sunday

00:38 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "istanbul turkey" discussed on Fox News Sunday

"Also had a busy weekend foreign policy and I want to talk about that. During the campaign candidate. Biden said that he promised to crack down on Saudi Arabia for the murder of Jamal Kashiwagi. Here he is. We were going to, in fact, make them pay the price and make them in fact, the pariah that they are. There's very little social redeeming value of the president government is Saudi Arabia. And on Friday U. S. Intelligence agencies released this report. We assess that Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved an operation and Istanbul, Turkey to capture or kill Saudi journalist Kemal Koz Shoki. Couple of questions, Jen does the president still believed as he did back in November of 2019 that the Crown prince was personally responsible personally ordered the murder of Jamal Kashiwagi. And.

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US implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist's killing

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

US implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist's killing

"An intelligence report has been declassified about the killing of a U. S. based journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in twenty eighteen at the Saudi embassy in Istanbul Turkey the reports of Saudi Arabia's crown prince likely approve the killing the prince said in twenty nineteen he took full responsibility for the killing since it happened on his watch but denied ordering it press secretary Jen Psaki says this will re calibrate the U. S. relationship with Saudi Arabia the president raises a house do everything that does every official at every level concerns we have about human rights abuses and steps that we expect the government officials in the country to take moving forward Democrats are pressing for strong action against Saudi Arabia possibly sanctions at Donahue Washington

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Fresh update on "istanbul turkey" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "istanbul turkey" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Says his administration will make an announcement about future U. S relations with Saudi Arabia tomorrow. A declassified intelligence report officially blamed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of Washington Post journalist Your mom could show he hears CBS correspondent Holly Williams. The report says that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved an operation to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Has Sugi Sugi was an outspoken critic of the Saudi Arabian regime. President Biden says he told the Crown prince is father King Salman that quote the rules are changing We're gonna hold them accountable for human rights abuses. It is outrageous. What happened? I shall G went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey in October, 2018 to pick up documents he needed to get married, but he never made it out alive. Secretary of State and Tony Blinken announced the Kodiak banning foreigners who threatened dissidents or harass reporters and their families, putting 76 Saudis on that list.

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Four children thrown to safety from burning building in Istanbul

NBC Nightly News

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Four children thrown to safety from burning building in Istanbul

"Mother dropping her four children from a burning building in istanbul turkey. Here's cure simmons. The dramatic moments captured on cell phone video. A building on fire wednesday in istanbul turkey as a mother talks. Have four children out of the window one by one. Volunteers below incredible catching each of them. In blankets amazingly officials say. None of the children were injured tonight. They are healthy in good condition. They say thanks to a quick thinking mom who was later rescued and courageous people on the streets. The fire was later. Put out kit simmons. Abc news

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"1999. I traveled to Istanbul, Turkey, making recordings of the sounds of the city. His wonderful music to be heard in his stop boiling concerts clubs on in the streets. I'm Jim Mitzna on this is the pulse of the planet. This. A district in Istanbul called Come copy. It's lined with restaurants with tables filling out into the street and roving bands of gypsy musicians. That's where this recording was made. The group is called La Chu, Instruments of drum, clarinet, violin and Kanun. Which is like a hammer dulcimer zipper. On occasion, the musicians would be joined by a belly dancer..

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I traveled to Istanbul, Turkey. Making recordings of the sounds of the city is wonderful music to be heard in his stop boiling concerts, clubs on dead in the streets. I'm Jim Metzner on this is the pulse of the planet. I thought this district in Istanbul called. Come copy. It's lined with restaurants with tables spilling out into the street. Roving bands of gypsy musicians. That's where this recording was made. The group is called La Chu Instruments and drum, clarinet, violin and Kanun, which is like a hammer adult summer of Zephyr. Occasion, the musicians would be joined by a belly dancer. Trip. See musicians of calm Copy in Istanbul. Check on our website post planet dot com For some exciting news. I'm sure Metzner. Then this is the pulse of the planet..

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"To Istanbul, Turkey. Making recordings of the sounds of the city is wonderful music to be heard in his stop boiling concerts, clubs on dead in the streets. I'm Jim Mitzna on this is the pulse of the planet. I think this a district in Istanbul called Come copy. It's lined with restaurants with tables spilling out into the street. Roving bands of gypsy musicians. That's where this recording was made. The group is called La chou, Instruments of drum, clarinet, violin and Kanun, which is like a hammer dulcimer Zephyr. Occasion, the musicians would be joined by a belly dancer..

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Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Journalist's Killing

All Things Considered

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Journalist's Killing

"As Crown Prince and two dozen other Saudi nationals kidnapped, drugged and killed Kasogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago this month. This is the first civil lawsuit in the US regarding cash judges, killing NPR's Jackie Northam reports. The complaint filed in a U. S District court in Washington, alleges that Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing because he considered Jamal Cashew cheese worked to promote democracy in the Middle East on existential threat. It was filed by dawn, the democracy organization that could shock she started And by her teacher, Jenga is his fiancee. The suit names her Coke. She's widow. It says they were finalizing their civil marriage when he was killed. Jenga spoke by videoconference. Gemma's voice Wass too powerful to straightening and saw they decided they must silence him permanently, Attorney Keys, Harper told the video conference. The lawsuit has two goals. Accountability for cash Augie's murder and obtaining more information documents and recordings from the U. S and Saudi Arabia through Discovery. Harper says U. S courts have jurisdiction for the lawsuit because the trap for cash O G was set by officials at the Saudi Embassy in Washington, D. C. He was informed repeatedly. That he could not obtain a certificate of marriage eligibility. He needed to confirm this civil marriage, miss changes in the US and would have to travel to Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and in this temple as we all know. The defendant abducted and murdered him. The Saudi Embassy did not respond to requests for comment by air time Thie Kingdom did convict eight nationals for cash Augie's murder in a closed trial. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Washington

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Plane skids off Istanbul runway, 1 dead, 157 injured

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Plane skids off Istanbul runway, 1 dead, 157 injured

"A plane skidded off a runway today in Istanbul Turkey and it crashed into a field one person dead more than one hundred fifty injured happen while the plane was attempting to land in bad weather or reportedly one hundred seventy seven passengers and crew on board those passengers reportedly had to evacuate through cracks in the smash plain Turkey state run news agency says the chief prosecutor's office have launched an investigation into the crash of the Pegasus airlines

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fires continue should ban across the state about fifty are still not contains despite the cold weather across the state over the next few days firefighters warned to be slowing down only to take advantage of the favourable conditions to try to get on top of these files but what they really need is right and that could be weeks away that is the CBS correspondent to Leon Harris reporting as word this morning that a court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced five people to death for the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi who was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey last year by a team of Saudi agents Saudi Arabia state TV reported that three other people were given prison sentences all can appeal the verdicts the kingdoms crown prince euro international condemnation for the killing because several Saudi agents involved and work directly for him the kingdom is carried out the trials of the accused in near total secrecy Syrian state media says the country's air defenses responded to a missile attack from inside Israel Syrian state TV he gave no further details about the attack but residents of the capital of Damascus say explosions could be heard Syrian opposition group says the missile attack targeted the Iranian and Syrian military positions near Damascus WBBM news time for thirty seven start your next project and save big money now with regards resigned his image wouldn't closet systems are the perfect solution for your closet storage space get a classic system that includes nine shelves for jurors re.

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Saudi state TV says the kingdom has handed down five death sentences for columnist Jamal Khashoggi's killing

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi state TV says the kingdom has handed down five death sentences for columnist Jamal Khashoggi's killing

"Meantime breaking at this hour Saudi state TV says the kingdom is handed down five death sentences for columnist Jamal Khashoggi is killing Jody was a Washington post columnist he was killed by Saudi agents inside the Saudi kinds consulate in Istanbul Turkey last

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Khashoggi's murder: One year on, here's what we know

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Khashoggi's murder: One year on, here's what we know

"One year after Washington post journalist in Indiana state graduate Jamal to show he was murdered and investigators now suggesting Saudi Arabia's crown prince knows more than he's letting on fox's Simon when explains Jamal Khashoggi and to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey one year ago today to collect papers for his marriage but he was ambushed killed and dismembered by what Turkey coals a Saudi hit squad he showed you was a critic of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin sound man who denies ordering the killing the head of today's anniversary you lead investigator Agnes Callebaut said the prince has a far close relationship with the accused killer is that he is prepared to admit Simon noted

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the rise the spike is tripled half of last year and it's so serious but officials in Greece fear a humanitarian crisis could have the country over the coming weeks and the car sama reports from Athens on what the newly installed government of Caria cause me to talk is is doing in response and what may have triggered this new influx of refugees to Europe when teller of thirteen Righetti rubber rafts recently reach the island of Lesvos unloading some six hundred and fifty destitute migrants officials in Athens hundreds of miles away raised more than an eyebrow they went into high alert it was the single biggest landing of asylum seekers since the peak of the Syrian war refugee crisis four years ago and Greece now is on emergency alert aid workers and locals rush to assist the migrants many of whom were young children pebble beach is on Lester's we're left strewn with black rubber rafts in scenes reminiscent of Europe's twenty fifteen refugee crisis the war in Syria at that time send more than a million migrant streaming into Europe who islands like Glasgow's before neighboring Balkan state seal their borders trapping some sixty thousand in Greece all together numbers fell and reduce even further after Brussels struck a deal to return eagle migrants to Turkey but now more than ninety thousand refugees remain stranded in grease and with refugee inflows increasing dramatically in recent months the government fears it is on the brink of a new humanitarian crisis just shy of its breaking point of accommodating one hundred thousand refugees Turkey has blamed the fresh accidents on continue to Seoul to wage by president Assad's forces in Syria against Egypt the last rebel held territory in the country the. senior officials in armed suspect encore is using a salt as cover for waging a massive crackdown on more than twenty thousand migrants on documented in Istanbul Turkey's most populous city they told me that there was little proof of encores allegations rather significant evidence supporting links to the Istanbul cracked down in this because most of the incoming refugees fleeing to Greece were not Syrian as one would have expected from an idiot assault but if Connie migrants fleeing tacky to skip reprisals from the police and its new order of strict regulations against undocumented migrants authorities in Greece now fear the accidents will increase as Turkish authorities have given migrants that until the end of October to either leave or face deportation crisis meetings held by the government in Athens in recent days produced a seven point emergency plan to tighten borders speed up asylum procedures and make room for fresh refugee com's this week alone authorities ordered some fifteen an operative military barracks to be cleared out in preparation of accommodating thousands of more refugees authorities also transferred about fifteen hundred refugees to the Greek mainland from Lesvos this is a team that has more than ten thousand migrants crammed into a facility built just three thousand people there were also reports of severe overcrowding on the islands of Scheels narrows coast and summers as well as those measures Greece's National Security Council has vowed to speed up the deportation of failed asylum seekers to increase border surveillance and to activate the maritime surveillance system plus add new speed boats to the coast guard's fleet it's unclear though whether that will be enough is it the work he's put those steps in place and the fifteen hundred refugees were ferried to the Greek mainland within our. more than five hundred others had landed on the shores of last post they got a seventy W. Athens you're listening to inside Europe. Hungary is currently hosting its annual Jewish cultural festival that's despite concerns about the way hungry commemorates the Holocaust in.

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U.S. Sanctions Take A Toll On Ordinary Iranian Families

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:40 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Sanctions Take A Toll On Ordinary Iranian Families

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge. They make custom framing easy and affordable frame. Your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit their new stores located on fourteenth street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with code NPR. How are American sanctions affecting ordinary families in Iran? Well, Orion sticking a break in Istanbul Turkey, spent some time talking with NPR's Peter Kenyon about how they're coping. Is to close street is bulls. Most famous commercial boulevard and on a recent afternoon street musician, serenaded people from all over Turkey Europe, Asia, and Iran for Iranians heading next door to Turkey for a break is both easier and less expensive than trying to get to Europe or the US. I met several around ins who were nervous at the idea of having their views recorded worrying about possible retribution by thirties, back home, but some agreed to speak if their family names weren't used corrosion. A young man with sunglasses says Iranians have grown used to economic hard times run on by political clashes beyond their control. About my son is I have nothing to do with sanctions. I don't even really understand what they are. But I do know many businesses are struggling and some are closing that includes his own small business, the textile, shop, he opened with his brother to produce shirts. Perot says as President Trump sanctions reduced, incomes and spending money. He was forced into bankruptcy and closed. The business now he comes to extend bowl to buy items to sell back home, but even with the scaled-back business, he's grown used to not being paid on time Magnier style angel. My mom in audio I have been doing business this way for a year now. And in the past few months, it has become harder, especially after this last announcement by the US about new sanctions. Mariam also from Tehran is strolling down the boulevard with her husband and young son. She says inflation is terrible. Everything is three to four times, the usual price. Tonight at gay, and there's no stability, you cannot feel secure things are very uncertain than Iran right now, there's no way of knowing what might happen in the next year or two, and on top of this. There's a lack of trust between the people and the government Mariam's husband Ali, who towers over his wife says he works in the manufacturing sector in Tehran for him. The biggest impact of the recent tensions has been losing hope of seeing his older son, who studying in America Ali says they haven't seen him in three years as to get on the bus to the mobile since Trump has been in office. We haven't seen our child, we only see them online, and I really miss him as father Ali says, getting a US visa has been difficult for some time. But with the way US aronie and relations are going now travelling to America seems less likely than ever, it was a of panic, and then they go now everything has gone wrong, and we're here to go to the Canadian consulate. If we can get Canadian Musa we will go to Niagara Falls. And if our son comes to the other side of the. Falls. We can wave at each other. Under the American sanctions. Iran is facing double digit unemployment, and inflation is running at some forty percent. Sixty two year old Tehran resident for Johnny breaks off a conversation with friends to explain that there are so many ways people are suffering these days. It's hard to say which is worst, but she thinks it's the loss of hope in the younger generation he javelin hall Yankees issued the unemployment is very bad and young people have no motivation. Everyone is lost hope the ones who are out of work feel the pressure of not having a job. But the ones who do are always worried. They're about to be laid off when asked to people are blaming for all these troubles for noses response echoes the views of most of the people interviewed for this story, of course, the Trump administration is to blame. But so is the government in Tehran, which is riven by fierce infighting. She says some even believe these hard times could lead the government to be more responsive, but she doesn't think so. Judical Ozzy boat on the people are so desperate and hopeless to save themselves from this crisis that some even turn to the US government and the US president to save them. But I don't think this is the right mentality. She sighs and gives a wry smile as if to say, please just let her enjoy her few days in Turkey before she has to think about what awaits her back home. Peter Kenyon, NPR news is Bill support for this podcast and the following message come from atlassian, a collaboration software company powering teams around the world committed to providing the tools and practices to help teams plan track build and work better together. More at atlassian dot com.

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Into Cockfield, catching suit three in and out. Good tapped up. No, good rebound. Georgia state Simon's gets it driving all the way to Nelson, Philip stride. The alleyoop and Nelson got fouled watch myself there. Dave owns became a fan. I saw a saw it developing. And I saw Nelson streak it down. The left side. Demark is bid savvy veteran selfless player. He is setting it up for the reward of wall. The great big game foul called against number twelve. John Bekkouche six six junior from Istanbul. Turkey. Instable south beach of of Europe will good country, and you were there playing with who actually playing kits. Some teammates, and my that's what I mean. You were there on a road trip? Oh, yeah. I was actually with Martine from Germany. I was at Burs bird Berg, s Oliver baskets instable matter of fact, little fat Turkish basketball league in the first division. Let's say there's fifteen teams about eight of them are in Istanbul. Everywhere else you've got to get to by ferry. Nelson. Phillips at the line right off for Georgia state Panthers up sixty two forty three first free throw by Nelson. No good. Phillips on the year. Sixty four percent twenty eight out of forty five at the stripe. Second one coming up for Nelson. John is up. Good. That's his first point of the game. It's averaging five points four rebounds a game. Nasa pressure on Cockfield who lobs it front court to provide back to Cockfield. They throw a double team at amity lost the ball. Then Levy picks. It up gets it ahead to Kane Williams came back to Jeff Thomas left wing for three. Jeff Thomas the trailer knocks down three point field goal. Number five tonight. He's got fifteen to Georgia state leads at sixty six forty three liquid. Another deflected. David Wilson, the league bin Laden with the save as came pushes it. I mean, these guys played Manama tonight. The Panthers turn it over on the other way round over there. The beyond is I think all the interstate rugby game or it's in the game as from the sideline and Ron hunter. He's abuses got divinity. Tonight Panthers force the turnover and turn it over back on the other end media type about seven forty five to play here at the arena downtown Atlanta. Georgia state, sixty six Arkansas state forty three back in sixty seconds. You're listening to the Georgia state basketball radio..

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Chief Justice John Roberts refutes Trump comment about federal judges

24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Chief Justice John Roberts refutes Trump comment about federal judges

"Comments are inconsistent with an enduring foreign policy with our national interest with basic human rights and with American greatness. Mitt Romney's statement comes after President Trump declined to blame the Saudi Crown prince for the murder of US based journalist Jamal kashogi. The CIA has reportedly concluded that the crown prince ordered the killing inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey correspondent Linda Kenyon there. Romney says the us must subject to the perpetrators of this outrage to withering sanction one

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Florence couple in a homeless man made up a feel good story about the man helping them. So they could raise money through an online fundraiser hurling county, prosecutors outlined allegations against Mark dantonio, Caitlyn McClure and Johnny Bob at all three charged with theft by deception and conspiracy to commit that by -ception Damato and McClure surrendered Wednesday night. A rare to man who killed his girlfriend and her teen daughter before fleeing the home they all shared has been sentenced to consecutive life terms. Ramon Kadi's had pleaded guilty last month to murder charges in the December two thousand fifteen deaths of fifty one year old Sandra Gillespie and fifteen year old Kim strafe who were found dead in the home where they live with Cadiz Central Jersey animal shelters have taken in one hundred thirty dogs rescued from hoarding situation this week Rossler tra- with the Monmouth county SPCA says the dogs will be up for adoption in a few weeks. But if you want to donate to their care, you can help, you know, not only monetarily, but also, you know, food and people want to drop off at their local shelter. State. Police rated the Shimon home of sixty five year old Donna Roberts Tuesday. They also found forty four to see storms in her freezer is freezing the assets of seventeen Saudis accused of taking part of the Tober slaying of writer Jomaa Kosugi inside their country's consulate in Istanbul Turkey. The new sanctions also prohibited. Any Americans from doing business with that? A winter storm continues chief meteorologist Dan's arrows complete forecast. Live is coming up and New Jersey fast.

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Saudi Arabia will seek death penalty for accused Jamal Khashoggi killers

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia will seek death penalty for accused Jamal Khashoggi killers

"In Saudi Arabia said they will seek the death penalty for the killers of journalists Jamal kashogi eleven people have been charged for that second murder of the Washington Post columnist at a Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkey officials say kashogi was strangled to death. His body then dismembered Saudi Arabia and its crown prince have repeatedly denied any knowledge of the so-called interrogation gone. On wrong.

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on WRVA

"Twenty percents off. Billy Cunningham, the great American and one other issue that has me a bit enraged tonight is the media coverage of the death of Jamal kashogi. And he wasn't. He wasn't a journalist. He was an occasional columnist. He wasn't an employee a Washington Post. He wasn't an American. And so let's you and I assume for the sake of argument, which the Saudis at this point more have confirmed that an unsuspecting Jamal kashogi walked into a Saudi consulate in Turkey. Istanbul Turkey to be tortured and killed over a seven minute period. Now, that's bad. Not good. But those things happen in that part of the world all the time. If you steal something you chop off your hands men and women are hanged or use swords to chop their heads off in a regular basis. A woman commits adultery is stoned to death in the public square nasty violence is happening all the time and part of the world, according to CNN, especially we're now supposed to get twisted into knots and drop our support of the president. And I want to blow up America's relationship with Saudi Arabia, which could cost us a half a trillion dollars and now Saudi Arabia has relationship with Israel as a counterbalance against Iran supposed to drop all that. Because the Saudi Arabian was killed in Turkey. I don't get it. I don't understand it. And the other thing the moral outrage felt by CNN is not shared by them. When a police officer is killed for example. Officer Jason Ellis who was killed in may of twenty thirteen about five years ago. His killer has not been apprehended. CNN did not even report his death this year in America about one hundred cops are going to be killed the great majority of the perpetrators. We'll be located. But on the other hand, some will not be located. You mean to tell me that the death of Jamal Shoghi has more impact in my life. Then the death of a police officer or the death of a truck driver or the murder of a college student in Iowa. Or schoolteacher or a child innocent kids are kidnapped and raped in America all the time. Young black men about seven hundred will be gunned down in the south side of Chicago women are raped and brutalized and torch on on a regular basis happens inside of America, much less in other parts of the world. So why is the media focusing on a murder and Turkey because if it's a journalist excuse me, Jamal kashogi was not a journalist part time contributor to the Washington Post. But even if he was quote, a journalist does that have more value to me than a police officer or someone someone I American soldier killed? Absolutely not. You know, I I'm waiting for the outrage from CNN about forty Mexican journalists murdered in the past two years in Mexico by drug cartels. Have you heard about any their, you know, who they are to me because Shoghi narrative as a hustle. It's fake news. It's a ploy used to attack Donald J Trump to undermine his Middle East policy, which is worked so well, they're exploring his death and weaponising his death as a cuddle against the Trumpster. That's what's going on. I guarantee you his life has no more value than a truck drivers live for cops life a soldier's life, a waitresses life, a coal miners. Life a taxi drivers life, all the might be murdered brutally tortured happens all the time in America. And elsewhere. So why is the death of a Saudi Arabian in Turkey big news because the media wants to use that as a club against the president and his Middle East policy. And I think there's those at CNN and mainstream media that do night do not like the fact that Israel now has a friend in Saudi Arabia. They don't like that. And how about the half million Syrians killed by Iran and by Russia by barrel bombs any of those lives have meaning to CNN. No because it cannot be used as a weapon against this president they want to act as if when Trump says bad things about journalist, somehow he indirectly caused the death of Jamal kashogi. In Turkey who in the hell believes this crap? It's unbelievable. Well, let's continue. Flying becomes available that you'd never does one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. The thing is tonight if we can focus on illegal migrants swelling to ten thousand failing to reach the US supported by the Democratic Party incentivized by their instruments, and the fact that Jamal kashogi if he was my father, if he was my brother. I'd be outraged at his death. He should not have died. Saudi Arabians, do this all the time Syrians Iranians Iraqis inside of America. There's seven hundred black guys killed every year in Chicago and one hundred dead. Cops. Can you name one cop killed in America this year? Gimme the name in your mind. Give me the name of one cop right now. I bet you can't because the media doesn't cover it. You mean Jamal kashogi a Saudi Arabian killed in Turkey is more important to us that a brave police officer who gave his life. Is that what CNN believes the answer is? Yes, they wanna use kashogi Joel against Trump. And why I have no idea they must have nothing else to talk about..

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Night the screams captured on video posted on Twitter and calls on broadcast defy as first responders describes the injuries. Seven x on known. How many other beagle? The accident happened at a club house that had been rented out for a private party, Clemson university fire chief, William Daniel dancefloor. And then there was a pool room. Amenities blow. The Germany's foreign minister is saying it's time to rethink the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia calling into question the kingdom's account that Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi died during a fistfight inside the consulate in Istanbul Turkey and a sign that hurricane season is not over yet. Forecasters say newly-formed hurricane willa is growing rapidly and could hit Mexico the coast by mid week. Michelle Franzen ABC news. Choice here. And I'm with my friend that good Greek Spiro, of course, have good Greek moving and storage. You used to be a police officer so security is a big deal to you. Absolutely. Yes. I have utilized all my knowledge from being a police officer in the way of hiring processes and betting employee's, making sure that the people we send it to your home are safe and clean and reliable. And I hear from everybody who has moved with good Greek spirit. You are the best from the person who has the telephone to the guy who shows up at your door, the packing, the moving even if they need storage, right? Absolutely. I we've got a brand new facility it's climate controlled high level of security..

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven the northwest only twenty four hour news station. Balka showed. Consulate in Istanbul Turkey earlier this month. The kingdom statement differing from the Turkish government that says kashogi was tortured and killed ABC's. Ian panel is in Istanbul. With the latest has being put forward by the Saturday public. Prosecutor is that a disagreement broke out that merged into a fight. So they've they've used various words to describe this a fist fight a brawl in which he was killed eighteen individuals are under arrest and a number of key. Intelligence officials have been relieved from that post, including one who's the deputy head of intelligence who was very close to the Saudi Crown prince in London this hour protests over Brexit taking place. Demonstrators calling for a second vote on how Britain leaves the European Union. And no one matched all six winning numbers in last night's mega millions the grand prize expected to reach one point six billion dollars by Tuesday's drawing. Michelle franzen. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good morning, seven thirty one. From the KOMO twenty four hour news center. I'm Jeff Pohjola tragedy near Belfair in Mason county, a man and a woman found dead in a trailer Friday afternoon, KOMO scape. Cohen talk with detectives, the couple's child a six year old boy came home from school and found them dead. He ran to a neighbor who called nine one one that couple also has a three year old who is with a grandmother at the time. Detectives are not only here at the scene, but they are also would that family or when you have a situation like this, and you have survivors,.

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Saudi Arabia, Saudi Administration and Turkey discussed on Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia, Saudi Administration and Turkey discussed on Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

"After Saudi Arabia announced the death of journalist Jamal kashogi inside its consulate in Istanbul. Turkey one senior Turkish officials said on Twitter that it's not possible the Saudi administration to wiggle itself out of this crime. If it's confirmed Saudi Arabia says kashogi was killed during a fistfight earlier this month. Turkey maintains the Washington Post contributor was viciously. Murdered and dismembered. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo recently visited both Saudi Arabia and Turkey secretary of state Pompeo returned to Washington from Saudi Arabia late last night with no comment on the Saudis latest explanation, which is that Jamal Khashoggi got killed in an impromptu brawl inside their own Turkish consulate state referred all journalists to the White House, which put out a statement reading in part, quote, we will continue to closely follow the international investigations. This tragic incident an advocate for Justice that's

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Saudi Arabia confirms Jamal Khashoggi was killed at consulate

Michael Brown

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia confirms Jamal Khashoggi was killed at consulate

"Confirmation of journalist death. I'm rich Denison. Fox news. The Saudi government expressing its deepest regret as it announces journalists Jamal kashogi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey earlier this month, according to Saudi state television, quoting the state prosecutor Saudi Arabia have now arrested eighteen people. The majority of them was the same individuals painted by Taki SEC TV footage. They say that initially two days ago when arrested they denied everything they have now finally confessed. Now, the story that giving is that a fight ensued at the concert between these people and kashogi and that led to

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"October sixteenth two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS Canada prepares to legalize marijuana tomorrow becoming the biggest industrialized country in the world to do. So thanks for joining us. I'm Geoff bell. I'm Patty rising. KCBS news time four thirty one Bs news update, President Trump is giving the benefit of the doubt to officials in Saudi Arabia. Even though a US resident and Saudi critic vanished. After going into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey CBS's, Bill Rakoff, speaking to the Associated Press, the president says Saudi Arabia's King Salman and crown prince Mohammad bin Salman both in. I any knowledge of what happened to Jamal kashogi when he entered their country's consulate in Turkey earlier this month in the interview, the president said here, we go again with you're guilty until proven. Innocent apparently comparing it to allegations of sexual assault leveled against now supreme court. Justice spread cavenaugh Senator Lindsey Graham has been a longtime defender of Saudi Arabia. But now believes they are responsible for kashogi staff. Magic. Her relationship until something new Saudi Arabia no-interest engaging CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. KCBS news time four thirty two tomorrow, Canada will become the world's first large industrialized nation to decriminalize marijuana for recreational use. But at this point, no one is expecting the change to come easy, and many Canadians are wondering just how it's all going to work. We're gonna talk more about it. We're going to turn to the KCBS ring central Newsline and speak with Haley Cooper reporter at news talk. Ten ten in Toronto. Thank you very much for talking to us starting tomorrow where can marijuana be purchased in Canada? Well it varies from provinces but word Ontario. So our government has decided that in the initial stages leading up to April of next year. People will only be able to buy cannabis online. And so they've set up the Ontario cannabis store and then come April. Then we'll start to see pot shops start opening up in Ontario. I know that other provinces have decided to take a different route and open up pot shops immediately, for instance, Kamloops British Columbia their city council with sitting tonight to approve the very first license for a pot shop to open up in that city. So it varies from what we hear a lot of Canadians are nervous about traveling south of the border, you connect all those dots. Sports. Yeah. And you know, what we really haven't been given assurances and even before, you know, it was decided, okay. We're moving forward. Here the dates we started to here in Canada that if you were to pull up to a border guard, and they asked you. Do you smoke marijuana? Have you ever smoked marijuana? And you answered honestly, you could be turned away. So we don't know where things did that we've asked our attorney general, and they said, you know, answer honestly, but you also don't really need to. And so we're we're curious. It is these people sign up for the Antero cannabis store, for instance, and they're in a database. Is going to be shared with border guards Izak going to automatically make Canadians be turned away. If Canadians buy into their wanna stocks, which are. They're quite powerful right now. A lot of people are making money is going to cause Canadians to be turned away. We don't know. When you look at how this is being rolled out in Canada. Do you know if they looked at other models like say in the United States, what California did what Colorado dead when they were deciding what kind of regulations and how things were going to operate? Yeah. We asked we ask you government. If they looked at for instance, Colorado, and they said they did, but we're taking our own routes and. You know, it's so sporadic, and there just isn't any rhyme or reason between to be honest. The federal government has left it in the hands of each province and each each province. Has been left with this mess as far as you know? How are they gonna roll it out? How are they how how are their police going to deal with it as far as impaired driving everything? And I know our premiere non -tario came out today. Very critical of prime minister Trudeau saying, you know, you put this rule out you make pot legalized and our police are ready for this. You haven't given them the tools, you you basically said, okay. It's legalized figure it out. Thanks so much for making time for us. Haley Cooper is a reporter at news talk. Ten ten in Toronto. KCBS news time four thirty six a chance to win some money coming up, this is firefighter Raphael. Poor.

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Saudi Arabia, Saudi Council and Mike Pompeo discussed on John Batchelor

John Batchelor

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia, Saudi Council and Mike Pompeo discussed on John Batchelor

"The report by multiple news organizations. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia will announce the Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi a critic of the kingdom died during an interrogation inside the Saudi council in Istanbul Turkey until now the kingdom has denied any knowledge of Khashoggi's faith, President Trump says secretary of state Mike Pompeo will go to Saudi Arabia. I'm really sending here just to find out. Really? I said what happened? What they know. What's going on not wanting to spoil a one hundred ten billion dollar weapons deal with the kingdom? The president suggests rogue killers may be responsible

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hour or so here. CNN is reporting. They're claiming that there are two sources that are claiming that and by the way, this is flashing on drudge now tour was a little while ago. I in big red letters big red fought the reports are the Saudis are getting ready to admit that Jamal kashogi the US permanent resident who wrote for the Washington Post at the Saudis are going to admit that he did die in their custody. Well, that means that the Saudis, they lied the President Trump if President Trump was on the phone with the Saudi King and all we had nothing to do with this. Well, then they initially, you know, what's happened. Here. Folks is the Saudis had no idea that this thing was going to explode into this kind of a story the Saudis had no idea that this was going to be an international press conflagration of all my God they killed this. This this Saudi national who has permanent US resident status. His kids are US citizens. And he was just popping into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey to get papers for a marriage license to marry his fiancee who was waiting outside. So here's the story. According to what CNN is going to report. The death was the result of an enteric. Gatien gone bad. So they were planning on interrogating him and something happened. Now. Let me go. There are a couple of other stories and sources that are popping up here. And if you click on if you go to the drudge link that takes you to Jake tapper. Twitter feed. So top of drudge right now in red font reports Saudi to admit killing journalist during interrogation so again with the Saudis things have gotten so out of hand. They had no idea that this thing was going to be this humongous story on the world stage, and let's any journalistic organization worldwide, then I can stand for this. And they're going to make a big deal. If one of their own was taken out by a government by a government Linton here. So that's going to be the claim. And I'm sure they're going to try to pin it on one of the interrogation team members that it went too far got out of hand. This wasn't our intent. But. They realized that they were backed into a corner that they couldn't deny this because initially was denied tonight. We did nothing. We didn't kill him. He didn't. I this is there's no way of the Saudi King tells us, the President Trump and a phone call Mike Pompeo on the way to Saudi Arabia are secretary of state. So the Saudis realized oh my God. What the hell of we gotten ourselves into? Oh, hang on a sec. Oh, my Allah. What the hell of we've gotten ourselves into? So they they clearly had to come clean. And now what they're gonna do is they get up. They're going to absolve themselves as a whole, and they're probably gonna pin it on some of the interrogation team members. And then they'll probably make that individual or individuals sacrificial lambs. They'll be punished they'll probably be executed when in fact, they probably were doing exactly what they were supposed to do make him disappear like a Roach motel kashogi checks in. He doesn't check out to the the Saudi. Consulate. So that I'm telling you. They realized that all we there's wall we we are in deep on this. We can't carry this charade and this lie out any further. We've got to just come clean. All right. So I promise that I would come back with little music. And of course, we're talking about the whole Elizabeth Warren situation, and I've got the Trump audio from the rally back in July, which is a key here. And it really is fascinating audio to listen to. And then we have the chunks of audio from the Elizabeth Warren little five and a half minute documentary short film on her life. Which is obviously trying to clean up her little claim mess of being native American because she's going to run in two thousand twenty. There's there's no doubt about it. So everyone ever ever ready for song time everyone wanna sing along here. All right here, we go..

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So here CNN is reporting that are claiming that there are two sources better claiming that and by the way, this is flashing on drudge now toured was a little while ago in big red letters big red font. The reports are the Saudis are getting ready to admit. That dramatic kashogi the US permanent resident who wrote for the Washington Post at the Saudis are going to admit that he did die in their custody. Well, that means that the Saudis they lied to President Trump. If President Trump was on the phone with the Saudi King, and all we had nothing to do with this. Well, then they initially, you know, what's happened. Here. Folks is the Saudis had no idea that this thing was going to explode into this kind of a story the Saudis had no idea that this was going to be an international press conflagration of all my God they killed this. This this Saudi national who has permanent resident status his kids are US citizens. And he was just popping into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey to get papers for a marriage license to marry fiancee who was waiting outside. So here's the story. According to what CNN is going to report. The death was the result of an enteric. Gatien gone bad. So there were planning on interrogating him and something happened. Now. Let me go. There are a couple of other stories and sources that are popping up here. And if you click on if you go to the drudge link that takes you to Jake tapper. Twitter feed. So top of drudge right now in red font reports Saudi to admit killing journalist during interrogation so again with the Saudis things have gotten so out of hand. They had no idea that this thing was going to be this humongous of a story on the world stage, and let's any journalistic organization worldwide, then I can stand for this. And they're going to make a big deal. If one of their own was taken out by a government by a governmental entity here. So that's going to be the claim. And I'm sure they're going to try to pin it on one of the interrogation team members that it went too far got out of hand. This wasn't our intent. But. They realized that they were backed into a corner that they couldn't deny this because he was denied that that I we did nothing. He we didn't kill him eating. This is there's no way of the Saudi King tells us, the President Trump and a phone call Mike Pompeo on the way to Saudi Arabia are secretary of state. So the Saudis realize oh my God. What the hell of we gotten ourselves into? Oh, hang on a sec. Oh, my Allah. What the hell of we've gotten ourselves into? So they they clearly had to come clean. And now what they're gonna do is get up digging to absolve themselves as a whole, and they're probably gonna pin it on some of the interrogation team members. And then they'll probably make that individual or individuals sacrificial lambs. They'll be punished they'll probably be executed when in fact, they probably were doing exactly what they were supposed to do make him disappear like a Roach motel kashogi checks in. He doesn't check out to the the Saudi. Consulate. So that's I'm telling you. They realized that all we there's all we we are in deep on this. We can't carry this charade and his lie out any further. We've got to just come clean. All right. So I promise that I would come back with little music. And of course, we're talking about the whole Elizabeth Warren situation, and I've got the Trump audio from the rally back in July, which is a key here. And it really is fascinating audio to listen to. And then we have the chunks of audio from the Elizabeth Warren little five and a half minute documentary short film on her life. Which is obviously trying to clean up her little claim mess of being native American because she's going to run in two thousand twenty. There's there's no doubt about it. So everyone ever ever ready for song time everyone want to sing along here. All.

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on WRVA

"On by tonight about. I four thousand customers remain in the dark in the Richmond region. President Trump will visit Florida and Georgia today to see the recovery efforts Saudi Arabia threatening to retaliate for any sanctions imposed after President Trump said the kingdom would deserve severe punishment. If it is responsible for the disappearance and murder of journalists Jamalpur Shoghi lasting alive. Entering the Saudi consulate and is dumb Istanbul Turkey about two weeks ago. The president tells the sixty minutes he wants to preserve a wonder one hundred ten billion dollar arms deal to Saudi Arabia. I don't wanna do Boeing Lockheed Raytheon all these. I don't want to hurt jobs. I don't want to lose. And you know, there are other ways of. To use the word. That's a pretty harsh words ABC's, Ian panel with more the Saudis have repeatedly said we didn't abduct him. We certainly didn't kill him. We absolutely reject all those accusations. But on Sunday the kingdom of Saudi Arabia issued. This extraordinary statement appearing to threats and reprisals for any kind of sanctions any kind of punishment for any potential role. It had in the killing of Mr. Shoghi. I mean, really suggesting that it's had an influence on the global economy. In other words, it was talking about oil and oil prices nine people injured when a house exploded in Chesapeake. It's believed gas ignited the blast in the deep creek area. These neighbors tell wavy ten they felt the explosion blocks away. Not my stepdad doubt..

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One last thought before we hear from President Trump that is this the media uses cudgels and weapons to hit politically Trump every chance they get. And once they wear out that person you don't hear from him anymore. Right now, it is Jamal shows you kashogi who's the Saudi Arabian citizen who was in Turkey in order to get like a permission to marry some some Turkish woman he goes to Saudi Arabian embassy in kashogi has not been seen since October the second. Now, this happened in Turkey Istanbul Turkey, it appears probable a Saudi Arabian citizen was killed in Istanbul Turkey, somehow Trump is responsible for this. They want the president to respond. See the media used Julie sweat Nick for awhile disposed of her when the allegations of gang rape. And Michael eleven Eddie, whose father we Michael ever. Nettie is doing a great job. Speaking for the Democratic Party. It'd be wonderful that guy would stay in the media for the next couple of years. It'd be great if he was the nominee of the Democratic Party to porn lawyer fits the modern Democratic Party guys done a great job. You take Julie, sweat, Nick or Deborah Ramirez. Gerstein Ford haven't heard from them in a while have you because the media is done using them to attack Trump or stormy Daniels. What's the last time you heard from her or Karen McDougal in love with the president fourteen years ago access Hollywood tape with Billy Bush, the comments on John McCain, the confidently Kanye west Jim Brown. Whatever it is right now, it's all about Jamal kashogi. Somehow the media wants you to think the president's not responding correctly to the murder maybe of a Saudi Arabian. And it's Dan bull as if the six or seven hundred blacks killed in Chicago every year can't be used at all by the mainstream media against Trump's today, ignore it or the four thousand shot they. Can't be used in Chicago to attack the president. So they ignore it. Whenever the media can find some cudgel some club to hit the president wet. They're going to do it. Let's continue with more coming on Max's my interview with the president. Then the top of the last hour. We have Bill O'Reilly O'Reilly factor is on tonight. Also in about an hour, or so we have diamond and silk to call in from the Carolinas to talk about how to black women support someone like Donald J Trump when the media attacks blacks who get jumped out of line much, like southern slave owners would keep blacks dumbed down literate. That's the goal of the modern Democratic Party.

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Individuals to coast AM tonight at midnight. Right on six hundred WBZ and ninety two point one FM. One last thought before we hear from President Trump that is this the media uses cudgels and weapons to hit politically Trump every chance they get. And once they wear out that person you don't hear from him anymore. Right now, it is Jamal shows kashogi who's the Saudi Arabian citizen who wasn't Turkey in order to get like a permission to marry some some Turkish woman he goes to the Saudi Arabian embassy in kashogi has not been seen since October the second. Now, this happened in Turkey Istanbul Turkey, it appears probable a Saudi Arabian citizen was killed in Istanbul Turkey, somehow Trump is responsible for this. They want the president to respond. See the media use Julie sweat, Nick for awhile disposed of her when the allegations of gang rape and Michael Irvin. Eddie whose father Michael Eddie is doing a great job speaking for the Democratic Party? It'd be wonderful that guy would stay in the media for the next couple years. It'd be great if he was the nominee of the Democratic Party, the porn lawyer fits the modern Democratic Party that guy has done a great job, you take Julie's sweat, Nick or Deborah Ramirez or Kirstein Ford haven't heard from them in a while have you because the media is done using them to attack Trump or stormy Daniels. What's the last time you heard from her? Or Karen McDougal in love with the president fourteen years ago access Hollywood tape Billy Bush, the comments on John McCain, the confidently Kanye west Jim Brown. Whatever it is right now, it's all about Jamal kashogi. Somehow the media wants you to think the president's not responding correctly to the murder maybe of a Saudi Arabian. And this Dan bull as if the six or seven hundred blacks killed in Chicago every year can't be used at all by the mainstream media against Trump's today, ignore it or the four thousand shot they can't be used in Chicago to attack the president. So they ignore it. But whenever the media can find some cudgel some club to hit the president wet. They're going to do it. So let's continue with more coming on. Mexico's my interview with the president. Then the top of the last hour. We have Bill O'Reilly O'Reilly factor is on tonight. Also in about an hour or so we have diamond and silk are going to call in from the Carolinas to talk about. Out of black women support someone like Donald J Trump when the media attacks blacks who get jump out of line. What's like, southern slave owners would keep blacks dumbed.

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Turkey says it has audio, video of Khashoggi interrogation

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Turkey says it has audio, video of Khashoggi interrogation

"Audio and video tapes reportedly reveal the killing of journalist inside the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul Turkey. It's Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi who vanished after walking into the consulate October second now, Tennessee Senator Bob corker stepping up, and he is laying it out saying the Saudis killed them. My instincts. There's no question. Did this and Mayans? Thanks say that they

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Kim Jong UN, North Korea and Saudi Arabia discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Kim Jong UN, North Korea and Saudi Arabia discussed on KNX Programming

"Government has told people they must stop thinking about the future of our that. How do you do that? When everything you own has been swept away fifteen year old Ghaffari in his father, hoping to salvage something from their home. But it's hard to the house was carried four hundred litas by a light. And I saw it from the distance. I was afraid I was said I was searching around trying to find my mom and my sisters. He's mother was found alive, but his sister and his niece will both killed in portables. Mudslide many villagers have been virtually obliterated by earthquake on the salami that followed to Israel as were killed one was seriously wounded after a Palestinian gunman opened fire inside a West Bank industrial zone. The location is an area where Israelis and Palestinians worked together and Israeli military spokesman called it a terror attack. But some workers in the area suggested the attack was carried out by a disgruntled worker at the last word we had a thirties were still looking for the suspect tried to determine the. Motive secretary of state Mike Pompeo has wrapped up his fourth visit to North Korea after meeting Kim Jong UN he's trying to make progress in persuading Kim to give up his nuclear weapons. BBC news. Correspondent Errol Barnett says the effort is generating some skepticism one expert we spoke with is highly doubtful and suspicious that North Korea really will get to a point where it will denuclearize considering that it is it's last defense being such a small country in the neighborhood of superpowers some people that we've spoken with a belief that North Korea is really just trying to buy more time and delaying having to do anything that can be verified. So that they can run out the clock on President Trump's first task so far no word on the scheduling of a second summit between Kim and President Trump Saudi Arabian officials are denying allegations. That are Saudi journalist was murdered at the country's consulate in Istanbul Turkey Jamal Hosh show. Who has contributed to the Washington Post has been living in the United States but had been missing since Tuesday when he went into the council it BBC news. Correspondent Caroline Rigby. Saudi Arabia has dismissed talk of an abduction. It insists the journalists left the building shortly after he entered

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"istanbul turkey" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"istanbul turkey" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"We're now in the 16th year of us troop presence in afghanistan the numbers are less than they were and it is reported that the trump administration is looking at political and military options there the president is also reportedly wade personnel changes overseeing the american effort and his frustrated by what he sees as a losing position in the war and as a new york times reported this week at iran has gained influence in afghanistan conducting covert activities and supporting their onetime enemy the taliban according to the times report quote as the nato mission in afghanistan expanded the iranians quietly begin supporting the taliban to bleed the americans and their allies by raising the cost of the intervention so that they would leave join allies sky from istanbul turkey's carlotta gall who wrote the story coletta iranians and the taliban are on opposite sides of the sunni shia divide wire they're working together here what about eight eight and what we found deer when the taliban leader mullah man killed human actually returning from a very high level is it in iran and it will be done at eighty three trips there calculating the american draw doubt it's gonna continue on that they want to how proxies that they can uh influence on along especially low rent border and said the taleban um were the ones who are in play and so they they reached out to them an animated admitted even connected them with russia on helped helped get weapons um to the taliban's so it's a turnabout from when tiger balm was really over at war with iraq on um now they seem to think.

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