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'I can't breathe' - audio transcript into Khashoggi killing revealed

Kushner and national security adviser John Bolton had called bin Salman almost a week after Khashoggi went missing from the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and amid an investigation into the journalist's disappearance, CNN reported in October.

Michael Cohen 'should serve substantial prison sentence,' prosecutors say

NY prosecutors also alleged that Cohen, at Trump's direction, orchestrated hush money payments to Trump's former mistresses to prevent them from telling their stories in the media ahead of the election. "We will try to get to the bottom of this, in order to serve the American people and to stop this massive conspiracy - this massive fraud on the American people".

Comey Says House Committees Mostly Asked About Clinton Email Probe

Comey resisted, arguing the GOP-led investigation in the decision-making by the FBI and the Justice Department in 2016 and 2017 was politically motivated. Comey also claimed not to know key details surrounding the involvement of Christopher Steele, the former British spy who authored the dossier. Walking into the meeting, Comey said he might answer questions afterward.

Democrat withdraws concession in scandalous North Carolina race

The claims proved untrue. If the board concludes that the irregularities tainted those results, it could toss them and call for a new election. Republican Mark Harris leads Democrat Dan McCready by about 900 votes, but results are not certified.

Giuliani Mocked After Response to Twitter Prank Shows Lack of Technical Knowledge

He was referring to a November 30 tweet in which Giuliani - by failing to put a space after a period, and starting the next sentence with the word "In" - had inadvertently created a hyperlink. "Any suggestion that we artificially injected something into the user's account is false", the spokesperson said. It's not uncommon for political figures to display a lack of understanding regarding the machinery of the internet.

Emmanuel Macron tells Saudi prince worldwide experts needed in Khashoggi murder investigation

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman meets with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Buenos Aires , Argentina. French President Emmanuel Macron has stepped up pressure on Saudi Arabia over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by telling Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that global experts need to be involved in the investigation into his death.

Caravan Migrants Tell MSNBC, 'We Want To Go Home'

According to Fox News , "the total number of migrants in Tijuana alone break down this way: 6,062 total, comprising of 3,877 men, 1,127 women and 1,058 children". "Ramirez claimed he traveled with the migrant caravan from Honduras to Guatemala and Mexico". They were forced to stop at the American border, which has been heavily reinforced following directives from US President Donald Trump, who has labelled the caravan an "invasion".

Putin arrives at G20 after Trump talks cancelled

The President has openly expressed his fondness for hearing differing points of view on trade, and has fostered the intra-administration disputes that have marked his policy toward China . The two superpowers have been fighting a trade war, which is threatening to hurt the global economy as billions of dollars of tariffs have been slapped on products.

Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith Wins Mississippi Senate Runoff

At the time the Associated Press called the election, Hyde-Smith was leading 55.3 to 44.7 percent with 78 percent of precincts reporting. Thad Cochran , R-Mississippi, who retired for health reasons. As a candidate, Espy struck a moderate tone, opening last week's debate with a "Mississippi first" slogan that implicitly alluded to Trump's own rhetoric.

Twitter reacts to gender reveal that started 45,000 acre fire

A male voice in a panicked voice twice shouts "Start packing up!" Moments after the target exploded in a magnificent blue cloud - revealing Rita was pregnant with a boy - the blaze spread, eventually reaching the Coronado National Forest and destroying over 45,000 acres of land, racking up more than $8 million in damages.

Lion Air pilots tried frantically to stop nosedive

Pilots who flew the aircraft before the crash told investigators that the anti-stall system engaged due to erroneous airspeed and altitude indicators, but the flight crew managed to adjust the plane's pitch manually by shutting the automated system off.

Erdoğan discusses Crimea tensions with Trump, Putin, Ukraine's Poroshenko

Russian border guards fired on three Ukrainian ships, seizing them and their 24 crewmembers. The European Union was "dismayed" by Russia's use of force against Ukrainian naval vessels in the Kerch Strait, calling the incident "unacceptable".

Canadian MPs among global lawmakers grilling Facebook executive in UK Parliament

A serjeant-at-arms was sent to a London hotel to seize internal Facebook papers as part of parliament's ongoing fake news inquiry, it has been revealed. "We've failed to get answers from Facebook and we believe the documents contain information of very high public interest", Collins said. 'We have very serious questions for Facebook.

Judge defers action on request to unseal Assange charges

His contacts with Trump's campaign have been a focus of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election on behalf of Trump. Earlier that summer, Trump had publicly called on Russian Federation to find Clinton's emails from a private server she had used. Trump talked up the emails and their contents each day at his campaign events - even though he began receiving intelligence briefings two months earlier that would have told him of the Russian ...

Woman shot dead at Florida Walmart in domestic dispute

Scotty Ballard told the Ocala Star-Banner that Cronin was his roommate and that Johnson and Cronin had dated for about nine months but weren't now together. This undated photo provided by the Ocala Police Department posted on Twitter shows David Johnson. The man left the store after the shooting. They found him about two hours later at a home down the road with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head - he is not expected to survive.

Homeland Security arrests about 50 migrants who crossed U.S. border, official says

The use of tear gas has drawn rebukes from Democrats in Washington, from immigration activists elsewhere, and from the Honduran government whose citizens are a majority of the illegal immigrants who broke into Mexico and caravanned their way across to reach the US border.

At Least 30 Drown In Africa's Lake Victoria After Overcrowded Boat Sinks

Lawn games at the Mutima Country Resort, close to the capital Kampala , were pushed aside Sunday to make way for an open-air morgue where police collected the bloated bodies of victims. The boat, on a routine pleasure cruise and full of mostly youthful revelers, overturned and sank at about 7 p.m. on Saturday, she said. Some of the boat cruise passengers were singers Iryn Namubiru and The Mith of the group Klear Kut.

Missionary dies in a hail of arrows on visit to tribe

That night, he wrote about his visit and left his notes with the fishermen . On November 16, he told the fishermen he would again canoe to the island but this time stay there, instructing them to return home and pass on his notes. "Do not blame the natives if I am killed", one of the entries said. Chau was apparently shot and killed by arrows, but the cause of death can't be confirmed until his body is recovered, Pathak said.

Migrant Mother Impaled in Attempt to Climb Border Fence

Children were screaming and coughing in the mayhem. Trump used the caravans as an election issue in this month's midterms, sending U.S. military to the border and authorising troops to use lethal force. After a trek of more than a month from Honduras, almost 5,000 migrants - including women and children - are now in Tijuana living in a makeshift shelter.

Central Florida Weather: Thanksgiving to Start Off Quiet

Wind chills in the 20s all day. According to the National Weather Service , only three Thanksgivings have had high temperatures below 30 degrees. The temperatures will then climb into the high 40s and low 50s this weekend - although at the cost of rain showers. The city has implemented a "Cold Blue" effect that kicked in Wednesday morning.

Airbnb ends West Bank listings, upsetting Israel

The announcement by Airbnb comes as Human Rights Watch published a report looking at the status of land on which rental properties were built. The HRW report says that between March and July 2018, Airbnb had listed at least 139 properties in West Bank settlements on its platform, while Booking.com listed 26 such properties as of July.

North California fire: Death toll at 76, more than 1,000 missing

The sheriff spoke after President Donald Trump visited Paradise , the small community that was home to almost 27,000 people in the Sierra foothills, 280km north of San Francisco, before being all but consumed by the blaze. Sheriff Kory Honea pleaded with evacuees to review the list of those reported as unreachable by family and friends and to call the department if those people are known to be safe.

North Korean Weapon Test Demonstrates Pyongyang’s Resolve

It did not specify when the USA citizen will be deported. Chong Song denied reports that he was wanted for murder in North Korea. If the North verifiably destroys all its nuclear weapons and long-range missiles, Washington should place on the table a massive scale-back of US forces on the Korean Peninsula as a sweetener - and perhaps even offer to withdraw all USA forces from South Korea - to show how serious our intent is.

Trump hails Finnish forest management

Over the weekend, Trump claimed that Finnish President Sauli Niinistö told him that raking was the key to his country's success in preventing forest fires, although Niinistö has denied he ever told Trump anything about raking . Donald Trump has once again raised eyebrows after suggesting the humble rake could solve the problem of California wildfires that have killed at least 76 people in recent days.

White House again threatens CNN reporter Jim Acosta's pass

CNN sought an emergency hearing, saying in a Monday court filing that the administration was creating "retroactive due process". "These basic, commonsense practices are necessary for orderly press conferences that are fair to all journalists in attendance", they wrote, adding that "no other reporter" failed to live up to those standards at the November 7 press conference.

Xi warns of dangers of conflict while Pence lets fly

President Donald Trump chose to skip the summit in Papua New Guinea, leaving the door open for Xi who arrived two days earlier for a state visit and has been the undoubted star of the show. During his speech, Pence also announced a few new initiatives aimed at showing US commitment to the region. Mike Pence announced the Indo-Pacific Transparency Initiative, a good government programme that he said would be backed by $400 in United States funding.

Trump has finished written answers to questions from Mueller

He told reporters in the Oval Office Friday that he - and not his lawyers - wrote the answers and that it "didn't take very long to do them". He said the answers related only to whether Trump colluded with Russian Federation during his presidential campaign.

India best destination for you, PM Modi to Fintech firms

During the discussion, Modi expressed his happiness that the American President Donald Trump had celebrated Diwali in White House with top Indian-Americans. The U.S. also is not part of another, Southeast Asian centered grouping of 16 countries called the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, which does include China , India, Australia and most other Asian economies.

Trump Refuses to Acknowledge Existence of 20 Secret North Korean Missile Bases

USA analysts said Monday they have located 13 secret North Korean missile development sites, underscoring the challenge that the Trump administration faces in trying to reach its promised broad arms control agreement with Pyongyang . South Korea's National Intelligence Service said late last month there were "signs" the regime was preparing to allow "outside experts" to survey the country's Punggye-ri nuclear test site .

Migrant caravan group reaches United States border

The U.S. Border Patrol sent a news release stating it believes some of the people at the fence are from the caravan, which has been traveling through Mexico from Honduras. Watch some of the first migrants arrive in Tijuana above, via Global News. But he said that after their visit to the border, most were taken to shelters in groups of 30 or 40.

Here's What to Know About Michelle Obama's New Memoir and Arena Tour

Winfrey, publishing's most established hit maker, knows the Obamas well, to the point where Michelle Obama and Ellen DeGeneres once teased each other over who was closer to her. "That is why I am so grateful to my dear friend, Verna Williams" who is now a professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. She added that this was opted for after she suffered a miscarriage about 20 years ago.

Sri Lanka President Says Parliament Sacked To "Prevent Civil Unrest"

New elections are likely to be held in early January, almost two years earlier than originally planned, a government minister told the AFP news agency. Sirisena's decision also drew sharp criticism from various global politicians and agencies, with many expressing "deep concern". The leader of Pivithuru Hela Urumaya Udaya Gammanpila earlier in the day said the President can exercise power vested with him under article 33 (2) c of the constitution to dissolve the Parliament.

Trump Says Disastrous California Wildfires Caused 'Catastrophic Destruction'

California Governor-elect Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency to provide assistance to the fire-hit areas. According to Cal Fire, the fire has grown into 100,000 acres and was 20 percent contained by Saturday morning. "We do intend to rebuild", Paradise Mayor Jody Jones said . "We pretty much had enough time to get the dogs in the trunk". The bodies of two people have been discovered in Malibu but it is unclear whether their deaths were caused by fire.

Jamal Khashoggi murder tapes shared with United Kingdom, says Erdogan

He was referring to a 15-member assassination squad that Turkey believes was sent to kill Khashoggi at the consulate where he had arrived to obtain papers to marry his Turkish fiancee. "We gave it to America". Donald Trump had previously said that he did not know what happened to Khashoggi and had to wait for evidence, a statement that suggested the USA was not in possession of the recordings.

Melbourne attack: Man arrested after fire and stabbings

The reason for the attack has yet to be confirmed. -- 7:30 p.m. Police shot a knife-wielding man Friday after he fatally stabbed one person and injured two others in the centre of Australia's second-largest city, police said. Police were called to an incident in Bourke Street, in the heart of Melbourne , after reports of smoke and a auto in flames at 4:20 p.m. local time.

Florida Governor Race Headed for Recount

If the margin of victory is equal or less than 0.5 percent, state law requires a machine to recount the votes. It won't change things, but it will put paid to the conspiracy theories that are already floating in Georgia over the election process there.

Dead Including Sheriff's Sergeant and Suspect in Shooting in Southern California Bar

Helus, who lived in neighboring Moorpark with his wife and son, died at about 2 a.m.at a hospital. Kuredjian said that shots were still being fired when sheriff's deputies arrived on the scene. "It was his dream to sing at Club 33 at Disneyland and that's never going to happen", Mr Duran said. "Acting a little irrationally", he said. He said Cody had just wrapped up a season of being an umpire in a youth baseball league.

Trailblazing female Democrats make history in election to US Congress

The two politicians will increase the total number of Muslims in the House to three. Among those elected was Somali-American, Ilhan Omar , who easily won the election in Minnesota district. Ilhan Omar , a Somali-American Democrat running for the House in Minnesota, could join Tlaib in Congress. Rashida is also the first Palestinian-American woman in Congress.

What Stacey Abrams Will Tell Us About America Tonight

Since then, she's been a fundraising juggernaut, raising millions from beyond Georgia, and she's drawn a parade of notable supporters, most recently former President Barack Obama and media icon Oprah Winfrey . Eyes from all over the country are on Georgia's race for governor. She wrote it, her T-shirt said it, she said it, and she even sang it - vote. In 2015, Kemp's office inadvertently released the Social Security numbers and other identifying information of millions of Georgia voters.

Trump holds campaign rally in Florida

Knight, the former coach of the Indiana Hoosiers, embraced Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, often appearing with the future president at rallies in the state. He concluded by urging Floridians, and all Americans, to vote on Tuesday. "I haven't found this much excitement since Obama ran", she said. For President Donald Trump , this one was personal.

Driver 'huffing' before fatal hit-and-run with Girl Scout troop, officials say

Police say the 21-year-old driver accused of striking and killing three Girl Scouts and a mother and injuring a fourth girl had been inhaling chemical vapors before the crash in northwestern Wisconsin. Tire tracks marked with spray paint lead to where a vehicle struck three Girl Scouts and an an adult chaperone, November 4, 2018 , in Lake Hallie, Wis.

Yemeni tribal leader defects from Houthi militias as army advances in Hodeidah

A spokesman for the coalition said its forces attacked the global airport in the capital, Sanaa, and a nearby air base operated by the rebels, known as Houthis. The UN says about 14 million people, or half Yemen's population, could soon be on the brink of starvation in a man-made disaster. Later on Wednesday, Yemeni security and medical officials said an airstrike by a Saudi-led coalition killed five civilians and wounded eight more just south of Hodeida.

China bus crash caused by fight between passenger and driver

Moments later the bus veered across oncoming traffic and off the bridge and into the Yangtze River. The Chongqing police also posted dashcam video from a nearby auto showing the bus colliding with an oncoming vehicle before smashing through a guardrail and falling into the Yangtze, a major river in southwestern China.

Trump’s newest announcement on migrant caravan is deathly serious

The troop numbers have been changing at a dizzying pace, with Trump drawing a hard line on immigration in the lead-up to the midterm elections. He will host 11 rallies across eight states in the next six days. Some 5,200 troops are already making their way down to the border to provide logistical and other support to United States border agents. "People are saying he's too tough".

Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu makes rare visit to Oman

He warned Muslim countries not to allow Tel Aviv to create "further trouble for the region". The Iranian spokesman said U.S. President Donald Trump has been piling pressures on Islamic states to normalize ties with Israel. While Oman's influence over Israel and the Palestinians is limited, its unique regional position could enable it to play a bigger role mediating between Israel and archenemy Iran.

Vigils held for Lauren McCluskey

There were unbridled tears as students mourned a university athletics star shot dead by her enraged ex. Lauren McCluskey , 21, was a senior at the University of Utah . He was convicted in 2004 on a felony charge of enticing a minor and attempted forcible sexual abuse, also a felony, according to the Utah Department of Corrections sex offender registry .

Jamal Khashoggi's son leaves Saudi Arabia as kingdom says killing was 'planned'

Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor said on Thursday the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate this month was premeditated, reversing previous official statements that the killing was unintended. He had been planning to settle in Istanbul and marry his Turkish fiancee when he was detained and killed in the Saudi Consulate. Also Thursday, the European Union issued a fresh condemnation of Khashoggi's killing and reiterated its skepticism that it could have been ...

US National Security Advisor Bolton reacts to Putin meeting

The Cold War agreement saw thousands of missiles with ranges between 300 and 3,400 miles destroyed, and banned the development and testing of such weapons. "It is the American position that Russian Federation is in violation. It is therefore urgent that Russian Federation addresses these concerns in a substantial and transparent manner".

Saudis say Khashoggi's body was rolled in carpet, not dismembered

Turkish investigators, however, have steadily leaked evidence to the media that allegedly proves the journalist was tortured, murdered and his body dismembered within the consulate building. "To blame such an incident on a handful of security and intelligence members would not satisfy us or the global community", Erdogan said in a speech to ruling party lawmakers in parliament.

Trump embraces 'really good friend' Ted Cruz

Trump travelled to Texas on Monday to support Cruz in his race against the Democrat Beto O'Rourke , and informed reporters that Cruz is "not "Lyin" Ted any more". "I think he's a highly overrated guy". The Democrat drew a crowd of 55,000 people at a rally in Austin with country music star Willie Nelson last month and pulled in a staggering $38.1 million during the third fundraising quarter, more than three times Cruz's total of $12 million during the same period.