22 Burst results for "Mr. Kashogi"

No justice in sight as Jamal Khashoggi's murder trial resumes

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:26 min | 2 d ago

No justice in sight as Jamal Khashoggi's murder trial resumes

"In turkey today the trial is resuming of twenty. Six people accused of involvement in the murder of jamalco shoji in london. One of mr khashoggi's friends. He's been in touch with his fiance. Says they're trying to stay positive in spite of the grim. It's more than two years. Since the veteran saudi journalist was suffocated in his country's consulate in istanbul his body sawn into pieces by a squad of assassins flown in on private jets after four nine denials. Saudi arabia has admitted that the missing journalists jamila shoji died during his visits to the country's constitution is the trial will be of little consequence. None of the suspects is in turkish custody and it poses little threat to mohammed bin salman saudi arabia's crown prince and facto ruler who many believe to be ultimately responsible. America's reaction to the grisly murder is a window into how the country thinks about dealing with its historical and the power dynamics in a region riven by religious divides and proxy wars. The trump administration held back a report on metric a shoji's murder a report that the biden administration published last week concluding the crown prince approved the operation despite imposing sanctions on some saudis. Mr biden didn't impose any on prince mohammed. America's president now out how to navigate the country's relationship with saudi arabia and with the region as a whole

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let them know. We say you. All right. So back to president from statement. So he's complimenting Saudi Arabia and talking about how we need them. He says after my heavily negotiated trip to Saudi Arabia last year the kingdom agreed to spend and invest four hundred and fifty billion dollars in the United States. This is a record amounts of money. It will create hundreds of thousands of jobs, tremendous, economic development and much additional welfare. The United States of the four hundred fifty billion and ten billion will be spent on the purchase of military equipment from bullying walking Martin Raytheon and many other great US defense contractors, if we foolishly cancel these contracts. Russia China would be the enormous beneficiaries and very happy to acquire all of this new business. It'd be a wonderful gift to them directly. From the United States. That's not exactly a great argument. Okay. If your argument is that we are about to make a lot of money in the neck atomic deal. So it's okay, if Saudi Arabia kills dissidents, this is patently immoral if Barack Obama had said, it we would be saying exactly that at the time. And by the way, President Trump doesn't feel this way about China. Right. He said that we have to declare a trade war on China, which is gonna be a lot more damaging to the United States economy than losing out on some defense contracts with Saudi Arabia, president has means to declare a trade war on China for moral reasons, and strategic reasons I think there is some truth to that. But I don't think that he can maintain those positions. Separately that China bad Saudi Arabia. Good that doesn't hold. But here's where he gets to the really bad stuff. The president's. And the statement he says the crime against Jamal Khashoggi was a terrible one and one that our country does not condone. Indeed, we have taken strong action against those already known to have participated in the burning murder after great independent research. We now know many details of this crime. We've already sanctioned seventeen Saudis known to have been involved in the murder of Mr. Khashoggi and the disposal of his body representatives of Saudi Arabia's say that Jamal Khashoggi was an enemy of the state and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. My decision is in no way based on that, this is an unacceptable and horrible crime. Hang Salman and crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, vigorously denied any knowledge of the planning or execution of the murder of Mr. Khashoggi, our intelligence agencies continue to assess all information, but it could very well be that the crown prince had knowledge of this tragic event. Maybe he did. And maybe he didn't very weird statement in a presidential statement. Maybe he did. And maybe he didn't. His CIA said he did. So there's that maybe he did. Maybe he didn't is that being said, we may never know all the facts surrounding the murder of Mr. Jamal Khashoggi. Now, let's be let's be straight about this. President Trump makes these sorts of denials all the time you remember it how he met with Putin. And then Putin said, I do not pack your lection, ha ha and President Trump came out and said, I'll tell you the President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial. So President Trump will buy denial from people who he thinks treat him nicely. And the same thing is true from Mohammed bin Salman, and the and the Saudi Crown prince coming up, President Trump's statement continues, and it gets worse. Then.

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Saudi, Turkish prosecutors discuss Khashoggi killing

Red Eye Radio

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi, Turkish prosecutors discuss Khashoggi killing

"Reports from Turkey say the public prosecutor who's leading the Saudi investigation into the killing of the journalist Jamal Xiaojie has arrived in Istanbul. He's expected to hold talks with Turkey's chief prosecutor and inspect the Saudi consulate where Mr. Khashoggi was martyred earlier this month. Saudi Arabia has blamed rogue elements in the security forces for Mr.

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Saudi crown prince expected to speak amid Khashoggi scandal

WBZ Morning News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Saudi crown prince expected to speak amid Khashoggi scandal

"And said the United States would not tolerate it. We have identified at least some of the individuals responsible, including those in the intelligence services, the Royal court, the foreign ministry and other Saudi ministries who we suspect. To have been involved in Mr. Khashoggi's, death, and while Pompeo says the United States intends to hold those responsible accountable. We continue to maintain a strong partnership with the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Neither the

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"See is the I watering stench here of people using these porta-pottys at least they have them. But watching to see how far this goes back. How many people have to use these facilities? There's nowhere else for them to go Sky News reporting that body parts belonging to a murder journalists. Jamal Kosovo g has been found. According to Sky News report in multiple reports out of the UK the writer had been cut up and his face disfigured. Sources say that remains were discovered in the garden of the Saudi council general's home at Turkish opposition politician on Monday flooded, a similar story. The apparent discovery of Mr. Khashoggi's body parts and president Erdogan's version of events based on what he described as new evidence and information. Both contradict Saudi Arabia's explanation for his death. Mike Bauer for seven ten the first flu death of the season being reported in Connecticut CDC says about eighty thousand Americans died a flu in its complications. Last winter Dr Jack Ross with Hartford hospital says your body needs the flu vaccine to fight off the viruses already going around body. Sees intruders says I need to react to this. But in the process, reacting in excreting, chemicals and white cells reacting it causes damage, and then you end up in intensive care. Connecticut had one hundred and fifty four flu related deaths in 2017 seventeen. Making it Connecticut's deadliest in five years firefighters in Dover, New Jersey say they're trying to come up with a long term solution for shelter after a massive fire in the downtown area mayor says fourteen apartment units and six local businesses destroyed by a natural gas fueled fire that started yesterday afternoon mayor says one hundred people displaced dozens lost their home game one of the World Series tonight in Boston Red Sox playing the dodgers. Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh security going to be extra tight tonight outside Fenway park. We're taking safety around the park and around the city of Boston very seriously. We have a lot of experience in Boston and championships. And and certainly a lot.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Line stretches for half a block. But what you can't see is the I watering stench here of people using these porta-pottys at least they have them. But watching to see how far this goes back. How many people have to use these facilities? There's nowhere else for them to go Sky News reporting that body parts belonging to murder journalists. Jamal Kosovo g has been found. According to Sky News report in multiple reports out of the UK the writer had been cut up and his face disfigured. Sources say that remains were discovered in the garden of the Saudi council general's home at Turkish opposition politician on Monday, flooded similar story. The apparent discovery of Mr. Khashoggi's body parts and president Erdogan's version of events based on what he described as new evidence and information. Both contradict Saudi Arabia's explanation for his death. Mike Bauer for seven ten W O R the first flu death of the season being reported in Connecticut CDC says about eighty thousand Americans died of flu in its complications. Last winter, Dr Jack Ross with Hartford hospital says your body needs the flu vaccine to fight off the viruses already going around intruders says I need to react to this. But in the process, reacting and excreting, chemicals and white cells reacting it causes damage, and then you end up in intensive care. Connecticut had one hundred fifty four flu related deaths in two thousand seventeen making it Connecticut's deadliest in five years firefighters in Dover, New Jersey say they're trying to come up with a long term solution for shelter after a massive fire in the downtown area mayor says fourteen apartment units and six local businesses destroyed by a natural gas fueled fire that started yesterday afternoon mayor says one hundred people displaced dozens lost their home game one of the World Series tonight in Boston Red Sox playing the dodgers boss. Austin mayor Marty Walsh security going to be extra tight tonight outside Fenway park. We're taking safety around the park and around the city of Boston very seriously. We have a lot of experience in Boston and championships. And and certainly a lot.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Tremendously talented people that do this very, well, they're coming back tonight tomorrow, and I will very soon, and I am not satisfied with whatever. Saudi officials last week said Mr. Khashoggi's death, followed a brawl inside the building an explanation. That drew skepticism from some on Capitol Hill. Mr. Trump said he had talked on the phone with both Saudi and Turkish leaders and add more details about what happened inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey would be known within a day or two. The power of the sophisticated Saudi influence machine that has shaped policy and perceptions in Washington for decades. Batting back critiques of the oil-rich kingdom by doling out millions to lobbyists blue chip law, firms prominent think tanks and large defense contractors is under the microscope now in two thousand seventeen Saudi payments to lobbyists and consultants in Washington. More than tripled over the previous year. The strength of the Saudi operation is now being tested him in the killing of Mr. cash Yogi earlier this month in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, death the kingdom belatedly acknowledged last week more from Washington Post investigative reporter Beth Reinhard. Beth what have you found the been players in DC for a while? I mean, obviously after nine eleven they had a lot of damage control to do. But their influence has ramped up under Trump in the last couple of years and part because they've seen an opening and the Trump administration Trump has relationship with the bodies business relationship with the Saudis. Jared Kushner has bonded with the crown prince. But also because the Saudis had a big setback at the end of the Obama administration where there was a law passed that allowed the families of nine eleven. Government alleging that they had tied the terrace, and the government has obviously been fighting law that would allow to do that and say that they had nothing to do with nine eleven. But anyway, after that law passed I think the Saudi, wow, we we don't have the influence we need in DC. And they have tripled their spending on lobbying in the last copier boy is actual dollar amount. That's been floated out there as to what they spent. Right. It was twenty seven million my colleagues in two thousand seventeen. Paid lobbyists. I mean, there's a lot of money that is not reported. There's money spent courting the media there. There's a lot of ways that they are ingredient themselves into the media and here in Washington, and some of it is is with dollars, and some of it is with as we said in the headline there charm offensive, how do they court the media? So one example, we found was a Super Bowl tickets. They offered to tickets flights to the game chartered flight to Jake tapper and Bret Baier or among the jealous that they courted that way, both of those guys turned down the offer. Where are you going gonna find out anyone.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Heard Saudi officials last week said Mr. Khashoggi's death followed a brawl inside the building an explanation. That drew skepticism from some on Capitol Hill. Mr. Trump said he had talked on the phone with both Saudi and Turkish leaders and at more details about what happened inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey would be known within a day or two. The power of the sophisticated Saudi influence machine that has shaped policy and perceptions in Washington for decades. Batting back critiques of the oil-rich kingdom by doling out millions to lobbyists blue chip law, firms prominent think tanks and large defense contractors is under the microscope now in two thousand seventeen Saudi payments to lobbyists and consultants in Washington. More than tripled over the previous year. The strength of the Saudi operation is now being tested him into killing of mister Kessler Yogi earlier this month in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, death the kingdom belatedly acknowledged last week more from Washington Post investigative reporter Beth Reinhard. Beth what have you found the players in DC for a while? I mean, obviously after nine eleven they had a lot of damage, but their influence has considerably ramped up under Trump in the last couple of years in part because they've seen an opening in the Trump administration. They they, you know, Trump has a relationship with the bodies. A business relationship with the Saudis law, Jared Kushner has bonded with the crown prince, but also because the Saudis had a big setback at the end of the Obama administration. I'm wear. There was a law passed that allowed the families of nine eleven. Sisu government alleging that they had tied to the terrorists. And the Saudi government is is obviously been fighting a law that would allow families to do that and say that they had nothing to do with nine eleven. But anyway, after that law path, I think the Saudi, wow, we we don't have the influence we need in DC. And they have tripled their spending on lobbying in the last couple of years boy is actual dollar amount. That's been floated out there as to what they spent. Right. It was twenty seven million my colleagues. In two thousand seventeen. Paid lobbyists. I mean, there's a lot of money that is not reported. There's money spent courting the media there. There's a lot of ways that they are ingratiating themselves into the media and political sabotage here in Washington, and some of it is is one dollars and some of it is with my charm offensive. How do they court the media? So one example, we found was a Super Bowl tickets. They offered to sell tickets and slates to the game chartered flights to Jake tapper. And Bret Baier were among the journalists that they courted that way, both of those guys turned down the offer. Eager to find out anyone..

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KTOK

"Last week said Mr. Khashoggi's death followed a brawl inside the building an explanation. That drew skepticism from some on Capitol Hill. Mr. Trump said he had talked on the phone with both Saudi and Turkish leaders and add more details about what happened inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey would be known within a day or two. The power of the sophisticated Saudi influence machine that has shaped policy and perceptions in Washington for decades. Batting back critiques of the oil-rich kingdom by doling out millions to lobbyists blue chip law, firms prominent think tanks and large defense contractors is under the microscope now in two thousand seventeen Saudi payments to lobbyists consultants in Washington. More than tripled over the previous year. The strength of Saudi operation is now being tested him in the killing of Mr. cashew earlier this month in Saudi consulate in Istanbul, death the kingdom belatedly acknowledged last week more from Washington Post investigative reporter Beth Reinhard. Beth what have you found the players in DC for a while? I mean, obviously after nine eleven they had a lot of damage control to do, but their influence has considerably ramped up under Trump in the last couple of years impart because they've seen an opening and the Trump administration Trump has a relationship with the Saudis. The business relationship with the Saudis law, Jared Kushner has bonded with the crown prince, but also because the Saudis had a big setback at the end of the Obama administration somewhere though in the law passed got allowed the families of nine eleven. Do the Saudi government alleging that they had tied to the terrorists and Saudi government has obviously been fighting a law that would allow family. To do that and say that they had nothing to do with nine eleven. But anyway after that law passed, I think society. Wow, we we don't have the influence we need in DC. And they have tripled their spending on lobbying in the last couple of years boy is actual dollar amount. That's been floated out there as to what they spent. Right. It was twenty seven million my colleagues. In two thousand seventeen. You know, paid lobbyists. I mean, there's a lot of money that is not reported. There was money spent courting the media there. There's a lot of ways that they are ingredient themselves into the media and political sabotage here in Washington, and some of it is is one dollars, and some of it is with we sat in the headline there charm offensive, how do they court the media? So one example, we found was a Super Bowl tickets. They offered all tickets and flights to the game chartered flights to Jake tapper and bear were among the journalists that they ported that way. Both of those guys turned down the offer were eager to find out. Anyone?.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Saudi officials last week said, Mr. Khashoggi's death, followed a brawl inside the building and explanation. That drew skepticism from some on Capitol Hill. Mr. Trump said he had talked on the phone with both Saudi and Turkish leaders and add more details about what happened inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey would be known within a day or two. The power of these sophisticated Saudi influence machine that has shaped policy and perceptions in Washington for decades. Batting back critiques of the oil-rich kingdom by doling out millions to lobbyists blue chip law, firms prominent think tanks and large defense contractors is under the microscope now in two thousand seventeen Saudi payments to lobbyists and consultants in Washington. More than tripled over the previous year. The strength of the Saudi operation is now being tested him in the killing of Mr. cash Yogi earlier this month in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, a death the kingdom belatedly acknowledged last week more from Washington Post investigative reporter Beth Reinhard. Beth what have you found? The players in DC for a while. I mean, obviously after nine eleven. Damage. But their influence has considerably ramped up. In the last couple of years in part because they've seen an opening in the Trump administration. Trump has a relationship with the body the business relationship with the Saudis. Jared Kushner has bonded with the crown prince. But also because the Saudis had a big setback at the end of the Obama administration somewhere. Rob past at allowed, the families of nine eleven comes to sue government, alleging that they had tied to the terrorists on the Saudi government is is obviously been fighting a law that would allow families to do that and say that they had nothing to do with nine eleven. Anyway, after that law passed, I think society. Wow, we we don't have the influence we need, and they have tripled their spending on lobbying in the last. Boy is actual dollar amount. That's been floated out there as to what they spent. Right. It was twenty seven million my colleagues. In two thousand seventeen. Paid lobbyists. I mean, there's a lot of money that is not reported. There's money spent courting the media there. There's a lot of ways that they are ingredient themselves into the media and political sabotage here in Washington. And some of it is is what dollars and some of it is with as we sat in the headline there charm offensive, how do they court the media? So one example, we found was a Super Bowl tickets. They offered tickets and flights to the game chartered flights to Jake tapper and Bret Baier or among the journalists that they quoted that way both of those guys turned down the offer were eager to find out. Anyone?.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Very shortly. Because I have a great group of people in Turkey right now at a great people group of people. In Saudi Arabia. We will know very we have tremendously talented people that do this very, well, they're coming back tonight tomorrow, and I will not very soon, I am not satisfied with whatever and the British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt. Speaking in parliament said the kingdom had to give a more convincing explanation as to how Mr. cash hokey came to die. But I will say frankly to the house that the plane that Mr. Khashoggi died in a fight does not amount to a credible explanation. The remains an urgent need to establish. Exactly what happened on the second of October and thereafter. So what happens next will decisive action follow or the economic links. Simply too important. I asked of this diplomatic and security correspondent Jonathan Marcus, what likely reaction would be to the Turkish revelations. I think everybody is holding off a because they want to hear what the Saudis come up with. They particularly want to hear what the Turkish government would evidence. The Turkish government is going to present to the world on of course, crucially, they want to see what the United States stars. And remember, it's not just President Trump that is a player in all of this the US congress, which is increasingly skeptical about the Saudi military campaign in Yemen. Also has a say as well. And of course for Turkey. This is a huge opportunity Turkey is a regional rival of Saudi Arabia. I it sees the fate of the Muslim world and politics in the region in very different terms. From those of the Saudi monarchy. And in many ways, president Dewan has been dealt a very strong hand in this crisis. And he clearly is determined to use it to get as much leverage as he can. He really does seem to have been doing that. Because for weeks. Now, we've had the drip drip of Turkish leaks to the media. Now, it seems in the next twenty four hours president Erdogan is about to reveal what he calls. The naked truth about the murder of mystic cash hook g. Absolutely. And of course, the Turks through leaks. We don't know if all of those leaks of necessarily being true, but the scene has been painted of really quite lurid. And I'm sure in many cases, quite disturbing details that the Turkish authorities claim that they have we will see now precisely he'd do course what the story is that the Turks have to tell crucial. I'm sure it's likely to be very disturbing. I suppose crucially the question is to what extent will there be evidence? That ties what happened to Mr. Khashoggi to the very highest levels of the Saudi leadership encores, particularly the crown prince himself, the Saudis are tried to peddle an idea that this was a rogue elements who acted beyond their thority tried to do something that would carry favor with the Saudi leadership. They'll be investigate. Gated individuals have been taken into custody and so on and so forth. But you know, if there is a smoking gun in what the Turks are able to present which points, a direct thing at the crown prince, then I think the position of the Saudis as guide to become very very difficult. Indeed, it would be an elegant solution. If the crown prince, I'm show was pushed to one side. But there's no indication at the moment that is likely to happen. So I think in the wake of the Turkish evidence depending on how compelling it actually is. I think they're going to be some very difficult. Chromatic decisions ahead for a number of countries. Jonathan Marcus all we looking at a new nuclear arms race. President. Trump has already raised this spectre by announcing this weekend that he wanted to pull you out of a Cold War era treaty, which banned medium range missiles, now, Mr. Trump has warned that he will boost America's nuclear arsenal to put pressure. Not just. In Russia, but on China to speaking to reporters as he was about to board a helicopter. He repeated his belief that Russia had violated the IMF treaty which he's threatening to leave despite math Moscow's denials.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Let's check that file right now some things we didn't get to some of these are responding to our first hour of the program. When we were talking about that ballot initiative, and here is one from just says are okay ARCE is about that. Ballot initiative for the children's fund the caller who identifies himself as a single man made me think of an alternative means of funding the initiative, maybe they should use lottery money. They should take the money from property tax and rent rebate program that is funded by the lottery may maybe that would be a good idea. But I haven't seen any relief from my property. Jack's yet what the lottery was supposed to do. Anyway. Some they are continue some of that rebate. Money is going to widows and widowers as young as fifty years old that program is discriminatory against single homeowners and raiders who are in the same age range Mary people benefit from dual. Incomes. And if a spouse passes away, there is life insurance something not available to a low income single person. Well, thank you are for that. Nancy writes, Chris you said what I was thinking. I just started hearing about this ballot question a week or two ago, and we are only a couple of weeks from election day. Why haven't they had a lease several town hall meetings? Sounds shady and deceptive. Well, they've had some town hall meetings. But as I guess indicated they were out in the suburbs. And some of the more affluent suburbs. Tabuk? Anyway, sounds shady and deceptive Nancy rights, I have a better plan redirect the money that is there now and stop the waist, and I have a feeling your guests are correct in that it probably won't go to the children that really needed. Anyway, it is such a if it is such a great program. They should be proud to promoted and not to be secretive. I'm a no vote. Dokey? Let's see what this one says Justin says. On. That's what somebody else. All right, Jerry, Jerry has loan. But he's about favorite right at the dollar Bank instant asks access Senator, let's get to it. How many excuses are we going to throw against the wall to take the heat of our friends the Saudis is getting pretty creative in Washington. I talk tough president at I believe that official tests balloon response that Mr. Khashoggi died at the hands of rogue assassins who were apparently just hanging out at the Saudi consulate as killers do yesterday. Trump bought into the explanation that demand died in a fistfight. Sure wasn't a fair fight. If he did was it would fifteen and a gas. Okay. He continues died in a fistfight like you might see in the parking. Lot of the Steelers game expected announcement this week that the murder was in no way connected to the Saudi oil ministry or military Khashoggi probably killed himself to make the Saudis and Trump look bad and keep us from making money. Don't let him win. Don't let him win America. Other politicians and radio Shiels for the president hit that Khashoggi knew Osama bin Laden that he had connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, etc. One woman at American Enterprise Institute noted the real crime, we won't talk about his Obama's failure in Syria at least corporate Christian. Pat Robinson was honestly open to declare the obvious that we shouldn't throw away a one hundred billion dollar arms deal over some man. Death. You know, what's interesting, you point that out Jerry, I interviewed a military historian, Dr L till for over a see the other day, and he basically said in plain English that Mr. Khashoggi was expendable that these kind of deaths happen all the time in a world where people do nasty things to nasty people, and that we shouldn't throw that arms deal away because of one man's death. I ask him about caring about human rights and the rest in Yemen, and what the Saudis are doing there. And he just said sorta shrugged his shoulders this and wars. Like this have happened over time. Immemorial am thousands. If not hundreds of thousands of people die is part of the process of international of political shenanigans. I sit there and shook my head anyway. Jerry finishes up by saying, I guess this man is not that disturbing as we were. Sure. Quick to exonerate Saudi friends after they were in the home of fifteen of the twenty nine eleven hijackers and we then attacked Iraq as retribution. No wonder America has zero credibility and no respect in the mid east among foles or friends Jerry in beaver falls. Jared figure analysis has been pretty good on that. All right. Let's go to the phones. Let's go to James and valid James Joan, Katie k. Our you. All right. You know here in these little towns there's immigrants emigrants moving in here. I came as one case may come off the valley bus from Pittsburgh, and they're moving in and moving in. But the thing is when I was in jail one time, and it was all black and white people in jail air was one foreigner in there. And you don't know what record those people will have caught can't even stop check their papers. And there's so many people come in here. We can't even feed around people. You know what I mean? I love people. I Don I was nurse. I'm called the jets. I I you. So there assist soldiers. They'd be dying. I'd hold your hand with God old soldiers and stuff. I'm cold together. Assemblies catch around the world. But what I see on a TV in Pittsburgh or something? I think maybe that was the bad gang member. Somebody kills somebody else. Like, a wicked person may kill. They were killed. You know, God kill them. I don't know. I would give him a viewpoint on. So cold to to death. I don't know. I town here. Everybody talked about each other. I I've never had a computer in my life. I your computer people upset with me because I can express my emotions and not typing took computer. Wondering why are you not answering? My question. Why are you so cold adapt? Because I think would you are saying a lot of people is I said the military historian, Dr till for told me same thing. These people are expendable their coal to it. I this this kind of stuff leaves me wide. I to tell you the truth. Why are you so cold to death? The violence. I'm not I'm not I'm getting I I don't like violent gaps natural desert by natural causes. That's. Segment you're saying it takes your life. I do not answering my question, and that's unfortunate. But I think a lot of people are like that. Mr. Khashoggi was expendable. And I think Jerry's analysis is quite correct to tell you the truth. And I think that's the shame of it. People are expendable these days, people are cold to life and death. They really are. And you can call in and say, it's the video games. It's the TV's. I know by the time somebody's in the first grade they seen seven thousand murders on TV and untold numbers in video games that they play. But why are we so cold a death? You know, I I know that the Trump administration wants this whole thing about Mr. Khashoggi to just go away and they keep coming up with alternative explanations. And but it's just one man look at what they're doing in Yemen. Look at what they're doing in Syria hundred thousand people have been killed there. So many have been forced to become migrants. And we were about to one's approaching our borders. Have we changed our foreign policy? Stop supporting dictators. Maybe they wouldn't be headed this way. Maybe they would stay at home. Would you do if some nocco terrorist gang said we want your fifteen year old son to be part of our game? Would you send him nor would you flee? If they were throwing tear gas canisters in your home. Because of the way you voted I've seen photographs of nineteen year old young women in Guatemala did in the St. shot in the head in the street. Just land in puddle of blood. But we're colder deaf these days. All right. It's open talk all the way to nine o'clock. Eight six six three nine one ten twenty talk cortex dollar Bank instant access messages. Maybe said to me at Katie k radio dot com. We'll take a break and come right back. Happening..

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Top Saudi diplomat: Crown prince unaware of "rogue operation" that killed Khashoggi

Purity Products

05:49 min | 2 years ago

Top Saudi diplomat: Crown prince unaware of "rogue operation" that killed Khashoggi

"Of Virginia and contributor to the Washington Post. Mr. Khashoggi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October. Second word is believed that he was captured and murdered. The administration has been deciding on how to deal with this Saudi Arabia is one of our allies, and we have a lot of interest there. But everybody's pinning it on the crown prince there in Saudi Arabia to come up with some type of answer. So we started off by talking to hall Tuesay. She's the foreign affairs correspondent for politico for background on who Jamal Khashoggi is. And then we'll get into all the details that have surfaced since that interview he actually had been very nervous about going to the consulate. But you know, he wanted to document so that he could get remarried, and he went into the consulate didn't come out and people have ever since then the same. What happened? And in the beginning, the Saudi said US, he's fine. But the Turks anonymous sources and intelligence officials and the like basically said, but they had come to believe that he had been killed inside the consulate and possibly dismembered that there was a fifteen member Saudi team that had flown in basically within the same twenty four hours because this was like a pre schedule appointments for him. So they knew he was coming, and they came fifty member team came, and then they they laugh, and he never reappeared and miss all comes with the backdrop of increasing repression in Saudi Arabia, especially against anyone who speaks out against the changes or any initiative that the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman has been pursuing kind of strange because he's also been discounted than imposing some reforms that is very much being cheered by the west, and he has tried to, cultivate, a reputation as a progressive reformer in this deeply conservative Muslim country. But he's been coupling that with this, Jerry. Authoritarian harsh crackdown on dissent. And this was one of the reasons Jamal, I showed she had grown very disillusioned with the conference on was writing Collins attacking heaven, so the steam to have government now push the latest reports are a bit different about where things are going. We'll get to that. As you were saying how show in his early writings was very supportive almost a go-between between a lot of journalists. And then when the crown prince came a little more into power in obvious. He would be next in line. He changed his tone. So obviously, the the crown prince did not like any of that. And they're saying that for something hit or something like that to have been taken out against him. It would have had to been ordered by the crown prince himself. That's what leads to all of this international intrigue now, and what happened, and why was he ordered to be killed or captured or abducted or something one of the updates. Now is that they're saying that Saudi officials are preparing some type of report to acknowledge that has Shoji his death was the result of an interrogation that went wrong. They're still saying that things can change in. This report is not solid yet. But that's kind of what we're hearing. Now. Right. So this is the CNN reports, and what's really striking about it. If if this comes out to be the case if they do report that indeed Husham Z side while in Saudi custody of all let's not forget the Saudis. Originally said that she was fine and that he left so it shows the apparently they lied from the beginning. And if they say, well, we only meant to interrogate him. We didn't mean to kill him was an accident. That's not out of the realm of possibility. It's something that President Trump. I'm listening to indicate that it's a story that she would accept and it's not impossible because because the studies all that they do have a history of perhaps China coax people come back to the teen or rendition them or they don't really have a history of killing people dies because of harsh interrogation techniques. Let's just say that's something pretty serious. It's not like they were just trying to question. This takes it that step further. And where is the body one of these people that apparently went in had a bone saw? That's why they think that he was dismembered and the president has made Saudi Arabia one of our allies in that area. The reports are that Jared Kushner is very close friends with the crown prince also, and you know, they're trying to open up the area to business. And things like that. So I don't know if it would put hall to it, but it would really severely impact what's going on there. What's extraordinary, even I'm being told? Oh that like inside Saudi Arabia, people are a bit frustrated with this because they're saying the Saudis have stood with the United States to so many different things we cooperate with them on every level. Why should this one guy this one incident? It's got all that. And there's no indication that the administration is prepared to by any means and its relationship with. I mean, it's not even I don't think any administration would necessarily do that over over this. But you have to remember it doesn't just any other journalists. I mean, this guy is very prominent she knew people many many people in the US foreign policy community he wrote for a very powerful newspaper council. You know, frankly, like when it comes down to it often when you have a single face or steam, oh name that often captures the imagination of the public more than when you say a thousand people were killed today in this war, you know, so. I it's become a very emotional issue. I know members of congress, I'm very very upset about this on both sides. I mean, they're really mad about that. We're still waiting for any type of evidence. They're saying that Turkey might have a lot of evidence. But they're not sharing any of it just yet. And a lot of people are not the most reliable. Say you have to do everything they send a lot of people are making something out of hush. Oh, apple watch saying that he set it up to record. And it went back to the cloud into his iphone, which is fiance had, and there might be some type of recording of what that interrogation sounded like the other theory on that is that Turkey once that story out there because they don't want to admit that they have the Saudi consulate wired the hall, Tuesday,

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Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi is dead

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi is dead

"Eighteen people have been arrested in the case and crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, purged two of his advisors who were said to be linked to the operation. President Trump called the Saudi statement credible. A good first step, but key members of congress from both sides of the aisle question the Saudi account, which is at odds with a Turkish explanation. That says there was a Saudi hit team with a bone saw and a plan to kill dramatic kashogi with us. This morning's NPR's, Debbie, MRs covered Saudi Arabia for years. Deborah. Thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. You have seen the Saudi statement. What does it tell you about how the kingdom is handling crushes? What? We see is that for the first time officially the Saudis say that Jamal kashogi is dead the account places blame on senior advisors. None of them royals for policy, that's gone terribly wrong. The Saudis now admit that there's a standing order to bring dissidents back to the kingdom by force if necessary, but the account lays the blame on these senior security officials who went beyond the order. They killed this dissident journalist, they covered up the murder. Why did the Saudi leadership failed to confirm his death? Earlier bad news travels slowly to the top is how one Saudi defender put it on Twitter. These latest accounts distanced, the top leadership, and especially the powerful crown prince. But there are so many questions left to be answered. What are the biggest right in front of us, whereas Mr. Khashoggi's body? Indeed. So the Saudi account says that his body was handed over to a local Turk for disposal. Turkish authorities. I have been continuing this investigation. And now it's in a forest near the, you know, the consulate so the official account doesn't explain why a fifty man team was sent to stumble or why a sixty year old Jamal kashogi would start a brawl with this large group. Most of them were half of his age, those the names and the ages of this squad has been documented by the New York Times and the Washington Post and the Turks leaked those names in the run up to the official account which was made public on Saudi TV early this morning. There's been this online army of Saudi social media bots. It's a smear campaign against kashogi. There's another hashtag that says we all trust Mohammed bin Salman that began trending on Twitter Twitter is hugely popular in the kingdom. And you have to read it to see what's going on internally. I, of course, another question that has to be raised. How could an operation on this scale take place without explicit knowledge from the top, including the crown prince himself, and are can you see any signs there will be consequences for the crown prince at the moment. No, what's happened is the king has put him in charge of a commission to revamp Saudi security services. They decimated the top leadership after this official statement. So for the moment, he still has the backing of the king. This is one of the most Paik leaderships in the world. It makes Kremlinology you look like an easy task. So I think it's really hard for us to say at the moment, if you know, he is in danger from people within the Royal, sir. He is backed by the king. He will be the head of

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty W H E S Louisville an iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Todd at the Saudi Arabian government saying Friday that Saudi writer and critic of the Royal family Jamal kashogi died during a fistfight and the Saudi consulate in Istanbul asked. Whether he thought the Saudis explanation of Khashoggi's death was credible. President Trump said I do I do the crucial question, of course, is if he did die. What's happened to his body under Islamic law? It should have been buried within twenty four hours by by nightfall the next day that doesn't appear to have happened where is the body. And if this was something that just went Turbie wrong. Why was Mr. Khashoggi's family, not informed, and crucially, why did the Saudis it seems li- for two and a half weeks about set? Dominic Waghorn through our partners at Sky News reporting from the Saudi capital Riyadh. The department of Justice charged a Russian woman for plotting to interfere in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections. Prosecutors say forty four year old Elena Kuzina, Uva served as the chief accountant of a thirty five million dollar effort to conduct information warfare against the United States and elsewhere using social media and other on. Online sites she and her alleged conspirators use fake identities online to pretend to be ordinary American political activists posting about things that incited intense responses like the second amendment the confederate flag and the women's March. They also use Twitter to post divisive messages under fake profiles alley Brogan. ABC news Washington at a defense round table Friday evening at Luke air force base in Arizona. President Trump saying there are hardened criminals. Among a caravan of migrants that's been pushing its way toward the US. As Trump was asked by a reporter, whether as evidence concerning that please please don't be a baby. Okay. Take a look. Okay. Just take a look at what's happening. Look at the Mexican soldiers at a laying on the ground. Take a look these are hardened. I didn't say it. Okay. But in many cases, these are hardened Trump has warned that if the Mexican authorities don't stop them, he'll send the US Mellon military to the border. You're listening to ABC news. Saturday October twentieth. Wants new today on the free iheartradio app. Check out our podcast. Iheartradio presents inside the studio during a brand new episode with the legendary, Sir Paul McCartney. No, I'm intrigued Paul sits down with Joe Levy to talk about his new album Egypt station. And of course, some discussion about a little band called the Beatles piece when we were playing music iheartradio presents inside the studio. Check it out now. Here's more evidence.

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850 WFTL

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Radio news talk eight fifty W F T, Al West Palm Beach, Pembroke pines plans. From ABC news. I'm Todd at the Saudi Arabian government saying Friday that Saudi writer and critic of the Royal family Jamal kashogi died during a fistfight and the Saudi consulate in his stand Bill asked. Whether he thought the Saudis explanation of Khashoggi's death was credible. President Trump said I do I do the crucial question, of course, is if he did die. What's happened to his body, Android law? It should been buried within twenty four hours by by nightfall the next day that doesn't appear to have happened where is the body. And if this Wilson just went terribly wrong while he's Mr. Khashoggi's, family, not informed and crucially, why did the Saudis it seems li- for two and a half weeks about set. Dominic Waghorn through our partners at Sky News reporting from the Saudi capital Riyadh. The department of Justice charged a Russian woman for plotting to interfere in the upcoming twenty eighteen midterm elections. Prosecutors say forty four year old Alana Casanova served as the chief accountant of a thirty five million dollar effort to conduct information warfare against the United States and elsewhere using social media and other online. Mine sites she and her alleged conspirators use fake identities online to pretend to be ordinary American political activists posting about things that incited intense responses like the second amendment the confederate flag and the women's March. They also use Twitter to post divisive messages under fake profiles alley Rogan. ABC news Washington at a defense round table Friday evening at Luke air force base. Arizona President Trump saying there are hardened criminals. Among a caravan of migrants that's been pushing its way toward the US. Mr. Trump was asked by a reporter whether as evidence concerning that please please don't be a baby. Okay. Take a look. Okay. Just take a look at what's happening. Look at the Mexican sold is that a laying on the ground. Take a look these are hardened. I didn't say it. Okay. But in many cases is hardened criminals. Trump has warned that if the Mexican authorities don't stop them, he'll send the US Mellon military to the border. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying, I quit?.

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KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Out as a suspect on day. One a growing number of Republicans and Democrats say the US must act if Saudi Arabia and its leaders are responsible for the death of journalist Jamal kashogi senators, John Kennedy and Mark Warner say they'll take action, but they differ on what that will entail. Well, I think Mr. Khashoggi has been I don't think the aliens abducted him. I don't think he fell through a hole in the space time continuum, I think he's dead, and I think the Saudis guilty, and I think whether the King Solomon are prince Muhammed knew about it and not is really irrelevant their captains of the Shia. What do we do about it? We need to condemn the conduct in the strongest possible terms and the president and congress needs to do it together. We can't condemn other despots for butchering their own people if we all condemn Saudi Arabia. But that doesn't mean that doesn't mean that we have to just cut him off like a dead stop. It's like some of my colleagues, that's unrealistic. I'm anxious to find out what happened to Mr. Khashoggi. He was residing in Virginia and hope to become permanent American resident. I'm very concerned that he got lured to the Saudi consulate. And if the stories are true of this assassination team that was brought in and some other gruesome stories that are at least coming out in the media. If they're true there needs to be repercussions. If the president is not willing to fulfill his responsibility, congress will act, and I agree in one of the things that will be it'll be strongly bipartisan this president has a strange affinity for authoritarian leaders all over the world, and I worry at times that he doesn't understand the words of a president of the United States carries in many ways more white outside our country's borders inside and his constant willingness to attack the press or complemented, authoritarian leaders, I hope is not giving folks a green.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Go check them out right now. Okay. So as we say, the president of the United States is in hot water specifically because the Saudi government has basically put him in a very rough position. Here's the rough position. They put him in Mohammed bin Sultan was considered the new reformer in Saudi Arabia, and indeed Muhammed bin Sultan booked. Oh, he was a guy who's going to help lead his anti Ron coalition. That continues to be his value all the talk about the Saudi regime modernizing and moving toward liberalism. Like classical liberalism. All that was overstated. It is. It is an Islamic dictatorship in which people still have their hands chopped off for theft. It is not exactly a modern country, but we are all very shocked and appalled as we should be when Saudi operatives decide that they're going to murder dissident at a Saudi consulate in Instanbul. So here's the Wall Street Journal with the latest reporting, Saudi operatives beat, drug killed, and dismembered a dissident Saudi journalists in the presence of the kingdom's top diplomat in Istanbul. Turkish officials said Tuesday as Washington urged Riyadh's provide answers, President Trump cautioned that Saudi Arabia should be considered innocent until proven guilty. His secretary of state Mike Pompeo on a visit to the kingdom said, Saudi leaders had strongly denied involvement were conducting a serious credible investigation, but Turkey is now suggesting that they have tape of the. Hire thing happening at least audiotape of the entire thing happening, which can't be very pleasant. I mean that that sort of audio would be as almost as hard to listen to his lady Gaga recording an interview with the Associated Press Tuesday, Mr. Trump compared the allegations that Saudi agents had killed Mr. Khashoggi. So the accusations of sexual misconduct against supreme court Justice, Brett Cavanaugh. This is where President Trump gets himself in trouble. This is not particularly smart. Now, here there several possible responses to the Saudi situation response number one, this is really bad. We should put some sanctions on Saudi Arabia, at least temporarily until they provide some sort of answers on all of this and until they punish the people responsible and until they reform their conduct. That's possibility. Number one possibility number two is you say, yes, this is really bad. Also every country in that region is basically a garbage heap or as Rome Linke, garbage heap or the the countries themselves. The people are, I'm sure wonderful in many of these countries, but the administration's of Turkey Iran. Iraq. Certainly, Syria, certainly, certainly, Lebanon Jordan, like none of these administrations are great. Western democracies gave these are all garbage administrations, so we could say is yes, this is really bad. Also for geopolitical realist reasons. Like Henry Kissinger, we still need to work with the Saudis to contain the Iranians. That's possibility. Number two, and then there's possibility. Number three, which is Trump telling the Associated Press quote. Here we go again with, you know, you're guilty until proven innocent. We just went through that with Justice Cavanaugh and he was innocent all the way as far as I'm concerned somewhere, Justice Cavanaugh screams in silent agony. He compared to Saudi dictators who murder people in consulates and then liquefy their bodies that is just it. It's like when Trump said during the cavenaugh hearings that he'd been accused of things too, and Kevin adjusts must have been smacking himself on the forehead. Sean Luc, Picard style double face palm it just it makes the president because the president sees things in black and white terms. On every score. He says the sort of stuff, but equating Brett Cavanaugh where there was no evidence other than the allegation alone against him with the Saudis, murdering, a human who has disappeared and where there is apparently audio evidence and audio recording shared with both the US and Saudi Arabia. Comparing that to break cabin on Kavanagh can't be a happy camper right now come the hell on. I mean, really apparently on the recording of voice can be heard, inviting the concerts leave the room, the voice of a man Turkish authorities identified as Saudi forensic specialists saw all Biki can be heard recommending. Other people present was into some music while he dismembers Mr. Khashoggi's body. According to the according to the tape, shaggy was not interrogated instead beaten up drugged and killed by Saudi operatives who had flown in from Riyadh. Apparently, he was dismembered while he was still alive. So things that real well over there..

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on KOMO

"This morning. According to a report from the New York Times at least nine fifteen suspects identified by Turkish authorities would for the Saudi security services military or other government ministries nearly two weeks after the journalist's disappearance took investigators search the consulates for nine hours, but just hours before a cleaning crew entered the consulate ahead of the investigative teams arrival on Tuesday. The Turkish presidents said investigators were searching for toxic materials suggesting that consulates could have been recently painted. According to the investigators found certain evidence has so g was killed there. But sources telling ABC there are no conclusion so far Turkish officials giving the Washington Post scans of passports members of an alleged hit scored according to the Wall Street Journal this morning. Turkish officials have shed evidence of a gruesome audio recording with the United States. And Saudi Arabia. The reportedly indicates how has Shoghi was killed in the office of the Saudi consul-general on the recording voice can allegedly be heard recommending other people present listen to some music while he dismembered, Mr. Khashoggi's body ABC's. Ian panel a North Carolina State trooper is dead this morning after being shot during a traffic. Stop the troopers identified as Kevin Connor. He pulled over a vehicle for speeding around twelve thirty this morning. The driver fired several shots fled the scene. And then was caught. Komo news.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"ABC news. Hello. I'm Jonathan is on according Turkey has freed an American Christian pasta whose detention caused a serious diplomatic and trade rift between Ankara and Washington. He spent two years in custody McLaughlin reports from Istanbul. He was charged with backing terrorist groups those blamed for plotting turkeys failed coup and Kurdish militants, but today various witnesses retracted their testimony and pasta Brunson was given a sentence covered by time already served. President Adwan had long insisted he could not interfere in the case due to the independence of Turkey's judiciary acclaim ridiculed by Turkey watches as the country's place near the bottom of worldwide judicial rankings in the end, it seems political and economic pressure on Ankara dictated, Mr. brunson's fate the Turkey US relationship should now begin to normalize. But tens of thousands of others here who claim wrongful imprisonment don't have the US government behind them. There's increasing pressure on south. Audie Arabia over the disappearance and presumed murder of the journalist dramatic shonky. Turkish sources of told the BBC they have documentary evidence that the Saudi security team murdered Mr. Khashoggi in the country's consulate in Istanbul. His Frank Gardner reports from Washington say US officials have obtained a recording of what took place soon after Mr. Khashoggi into the building. His voice can reportedly be heard along with others interrogating him in Arabic. Turkish media has brought call CCTV footage, which it says shows a fifteen months Saudi security team arriving in two separate planes, which Turkish officials have called an assassination team one member has been identified as a forensic expert in autopsies Turkish journalists have reportedly being shown at video the choose Mr. Shaw sitting with this fifteen men team the United Nations says that more than eight hundred children have been released from the ranks of a militia in northeastern Nigeria the measure was agreed to last year by the civilian joint task force vigilante. Groups have been Borno state to combat burqa haram, jihadists, he shot Khalid reports from the Nigerian capital Abuja the United Nations children's agency. Unicef says the release of the child soldiers in the city of my degree is a milestone in Indian the recruitment and use of children in Nigeria as the country continues to fight the decade-long Boko haram insurgency this villain joint task force. It's a vigilante group assistant in Durham military in fighting Boko haram. Unicef says their lease of the children by the group shows commitment, upholding international humanitarian law and protecting children's rights. But it says many more children remain in the runs of armed groups. Rescue workers are still searching through debris for people who may have been trapped or killed when hurricane Michael tore into the southeastern United States on Wednesday thirteen people are now known to have been killed by the storm in Florida, Virginia, Georgia and North Carolina. The town of Mexico beach has been destroyed almost beyond recognition world news from the BBC. Palestinian health officials say that five Palestinians have been killed by Israeli troops near the border between Gaza and Israel during the latest protests, there, the Gaza health ministry says that at least sixty other Palestinians have been injured one of India's prominent Bollywood actors and the director Sergey con of quit from a movie project following allegations of sexual harassment against them. Both men denied the accusations. But said stepping out of the film house for four was the right thing to do until they could clear their names Amazon. Iran has the story India's metoo movement has triggered a storm in the world's biggest film industry. Both none a particular untidy gone very involved in the movie houseful for mister partake is an award winning veteran actor an actress Donosti data complained that Mr Speaker touched her inappropriately while filming a movie ten years ago. Three women have accused director, Mr. Khan of harassment which have faced as part of the metoo movement. Do leading stars actually Kamara an almere con have. Call for investigation over sexual harassment claims and their interventions are seen as a watershed moment. In Bollywood financial. Prosecutors in France have opened an investigation into whether the recent Champions League football match between Perry. Sandra man, Red Star Belgrade was fixed. It follows a report alleging that an official with the Serbian club and accomplices placed bets worth nearly six million dollars on red star losing by five goal margin. The match earlier this month ended six one two PS G P S G said it's extremely concerned by the investigation adding that its contacts with red star for the match of being completely normal red star has not commented the US first lady, Melania Trump has brushed aside reports of her husband's infidelity asked by ABC news, if they'd put a strain on her marriage. 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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In those situations. So all these countries are having to say out loud. But of course, we're spying on you. We've listened to everything you've said, so we know you were planning that. This is what we're seeing in the United States in Turkey saying. Yeah, we bugged you're building. So we've got video and audio I know which houses are against west Houches houses on game of thrones to an unsettling degree, but often. Often. So Turkey their their allies of ours as well taken our to explain Turkey. Okay. During nato. They're they're a NATO member. They are a friend of frenemy at best run by an Islamist dictator kind of similar to the Saudi thing where they are a dangerous friend here in a way. Yeah. Especially dangerous because they're a pivot between Europe and Asia and the Middle East. I think they're less of a friend in Saudi Arabia. Yeah. And they used to be pretty cool, but they've taken away or turn cool, man. What happened to you, man? You guys ever want to know about the Lancasters and target. By the way, I heard another theory floated or floated day yesterday about all this Turkey is supposedly been cozying up a lot to Iran lately. Yep. And now there's this whole well, maybe turkeys making all this up because a Ron. Saudis are. Right there. Yeah. That's pretty good race. That's being floated thrones. Yeah. Holy cow. All right. You know, Mr. Khashoggi's forearm. For instance. I'm thinking, you know, I'm a lot more interested in the fact that it happened. Not why it happened. Can we concentrate on the crime place? Right. I think his head would say that. I see what you see what you mean. Yes. Kanye west made a trip yesterday went to the White House and had a face to face meeting with Donald Trump and during the rappers lunch meeting in the Oval Office gonyea wore a red make America great hat again and spoke to Trump and Brandon for about ten minutes about prison reform, mental health the thirteenth amendment his love for the president Adidas at Adidas airplanes and his love for Hillary.

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"mr khashoggi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr khashoggi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ominous ominous evidence seems to be piling up in the case of Jamal Khashoggi the US based critic of the Saudi government who has not been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul more than a week ago. Turkish television has today broadcast Cici TV footage purportedly showing the movements of a team of Saudi officials who flew into Turkey in a private plane, just before Mr. Khashoggi's disappearance, and who returned to Riyadh soon afterwards, the Washington Post, which employed Mr. kashogi to write for it said that reports suggest that he was the victim of cold-blooded state-sponsored murder. President Trump enjoys a close relationship with Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman and his response to Mr. Khashoggi's disappearance has so far been muted, but the clamor of concern and criticism is gathering pace on Capitol Hill in the past twenty four hours, the president has received a letter from the journalists feel CEO asking for help and one from a bipartisan group of senators and members of the house of representatives calling on him to personally raise the issue with the Saudi and Turkish leadership. So how serious an issue is becoming for the administration. Richard Murphy is a former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia at the moment. Say seriously, embarrassing situation as the evidence cows up that something untoward was happening. And whenever you get in a situation where the press has had something the fall in like this that activates a tremendous wave. Of reaction and resentment. I was struck by a comment from Bob corker, the Republican Senator who's head of the foreign affairs committee in the Senate. He says that our relations with Saudi Arabia, at least from the Senate standpoint are the lowest ever it's never been this low. Well, it's been challenged as a relationship over the years, but I think gradually at a Saudi policymakers got the message across a force for stability in the area. There can be relied upon to be act responsibly in oil supplies that they are not about to unleash a conflict with Israel. The anti-saudi feeling had died down. No, the criticisms of Saudi Arabia over Yemen. Over the bizarre detention of the Lebanese Prime Minister, they're all complicating the appreciation of Saudi policies, but it been at a pretty high level of. Of mutual confidence. And for Senator corker views will let the way he sees it. I've seen some pretty low points over the years if it turns out that mister cash has been kidnapped. All worse. Do you think then that calls for a radical rethink of the U S Saudi relationship will grow louder? There will be critics demanding that I think the administration has the responsibility to point out the interest that we do have in common with Saudi Arabia and will make the case that if this story develops into more facts produced confirming the responsibility of the Saudi leadership it has to be weighed in the context of our overall relationship, which remains one of necessity, you have people like the the Republican Senator Lindsey Graham who's close to Donald Trump saying that if the. Allegations that Saudi Arabia is involved in Mr. Khashoggi's. Disappearance are true. A heavy price has to be paid. Well, speaking against the background of the incident, which we have in Poche actions on the Russians for the attempted execution of one of their former intelligence agents in the UK a price will have to be dead. Yes. And that was the former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Richard Murphy there on the latest in the case of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist who has been missing now for more than a week since he went into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul district minded that if you miss any live editions of the.

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