Dec 07 2018
He said it seemed as though the White House's response to the Khashoggi killing was that "you can kill a journalist". Istanbul's chief prosecutor's court application said there was "strong suspicion" the two aides were involved in planning the killing.
A Turkish court made the move after prosecutors argued their case against Ahmad al Assiri and Saud al Qahtani, who were described as being "among the planners" of the Washington Post columnist's murder.
Three different measures are making their way through the Senate: a war powers resolution ending any USA involvement in the Yemen conflict; legislation imposing a broad clampdown on Saudi Arabia, including ending arms sales and levying new sanctions; and a non-binding resolution targeting the crown prince.
Corker also took aim at the kingdom's ambassador to the United States Prince Khalid bin Salman, the crown prince's younger brother, referring to him as an individual of "zero credibility" and suggesting that he could be expelled. "Now, the question is how do you separate the Saudi crown prince and his group from the nation itself?"
Microsoft briefly dethrones Apple as the most valuable United States company (AAPL, MSFT)
The last time Microsoft was bigger than Apple by this metric was in mid-2010, according to data compiled by Bloomberg . Microsoft's dominance in the PC software market gave it a market value that was larger than Apple's for years.
Protesters take to streets of Buenos Aires during G20 gathering
When he was elected in 2015, Mr Macri promised market-friendly reforms to get Argentina's isolated economy back on track. Argentine President Mauricio Macri said the allegations against the prince may be discussed during the G20 summit .
Google Fi Now Works With iPhones - But Its Coolest Feature Is Missing
Google announced today (Nov. 28) that it's opening up its wireless phone service to many more devices, including Apple's iPhones. The need to specifically alter a device for Fi's multi-carrier setup has meant that device support has been extremely limited.
Graham, who is influential on foreign policy issues and has lately been an ally of President Donald Trump, told reporters earlier Wednesday he wants to "suspend arms sales and support for the war in Yemen until several things happen".
Prince Mohammed "is a wrecking ball", Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from SC, told reporters after an hour-long briefing by the CIA Director, Gina Haspel on Tuesday. Some 14 million people face starvation, and recent studies estimate 85,000 children under five have starved to death.
"The worldwide community seems to doubt Saudi Arabia's commitment to prosecute this heinous crime", the official said, adding that by extraditing all suspects to Turkey, "Saudi authorities could address those concerns".
Graham had said that "there's a smoking saw" implicating MBS, adding that anyone who would deny his involvement at this point is "willfully blind".
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., told reporters the crown prince "ordered, monitored, the killing" of Khashoggi.
The CIA has concluded Mohammed bin Salman "probably ordered" the killing of Khashoggi.
Last week, 14 Republicans, who hold a slim majority in the Senate and rarely break from the president, defied Trump's wishes and voted with Democrats in favour of moving ahead with the war powers resolution.
Dec 06 2018
Qualcomm intros 7nm, 5G-ready chip
It also features the first Computer Vision (CV) ISP which allows is dedicated for computational photography and video capture. During Amon's keynote this week, a list of the companies partnering with Qualcomm on the 5G rollout initiative was presented.
Dec 06 2018
Liverpool manager Klopp happy to accept FA fine
The Clarets did beat Alisson Becker moments before the interval - but Barnes' excellent whipped finish was dispatched from an offside position. "Love that", another wrote.
Dec 03 2018
Police recommend Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for bribery
They also recommended charges be brought against Elovitch, members of his family and members of his Bezeq management team. The prime minister compared his defense to Hanukkah, which celebrates "the victory of light over darkness", he said.
Dec 01 2018
Ukraine Has Banned All Russian Men of Military-Service Age
It has said the Ukrainians were violating Russian waters and that Ukraine did not inform Russian officials of its naval movements. Poroshenko said the West should show solidarity with Ukraine if it wants to contain Russian Federation under Putin.
Dec 01 2018
Video of Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt assaulting woman surfaces
After she strikes him in the face, he shoves her again and later pushes another man into her, knocking the woman to the ground. At some point in the night, everyone headed back to Hunt's place at The Metropolitan at the 9, where the incident took place.
Nov 28 2018
SF Giants Owner Donates To Controversial Senate Candidate
Trump was appearing at two rallies to help Hyde-Smith finish the final two years of the term started by Republican Thad Cochran. Mike Espy, a former U.S. agriculture secretary vying to become the first black senator from the state since Reconstruction.
Nov 28 2018
Paul Manafort: New accusations jeopardize plea agreement
Cevallos said the special counsel likely had evidence to prove Manafort - or possibly even the president - lied to investigators. Manafort and his lawyers had been spotted meeting with investigators in the weeks after his plea deal.
Nov 27 2018
General Motors to phase down operations in Oshawa
The company has said tariffs on imported steel, imposed earlier this year by the Trump administration, have cost it $1 billion. In addition to the white collar job cuts, the company is shutting down plants that make models it is discontinuing.
Nov 27 2018
Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes
Mexico's Interior Ministry said it would immediately deport those who tried to "violently" enter the USA from Tijuana. Do it by plane, do it by bus, do it anyway you want, but they are NOT coming into the United States of America .
Nov 26 2018
Canada Post Back-To-Work Legislation Introduced To End CUPW Strike
In Canada, workers began striking earlier last month after almost a year of negotiations failed to produce agreement. "Here to legislate injuries and unpaid work just like Harper", read one.
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