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The Washington Post has refused to accept Saudi Arabia's explanation for the killing of Khashoggi, who was one of the paper's columnists, accusing the kingdom of lying and carrying out a cover-up.
Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia should "immediately produce" the body of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi so that independent forensic experts can conduct an autopsy in line with international standards.
Nicola Sturgeon quits BBC event over Steve Bannon invitation -- Scotland’s first minister said that allowing Bannon to freely express his opinions risked legitimising or normalising far-right, racist views
British PM condemns Trump for praise of US lawmaker's assault on reporter from British newspaper The Guardian: May's spokesperson said they think violence against reporters is "completely unacceptable."
Ex-Chinese internment camp detainee denied US visa despite Congress invitation - Kazakh national was asked to speak at Congress about his ordeal, but his application was rejected by the US consulate in Istanbul
The deputy head of Turkey's ruling party said on Saturday that Turkey "will never allow a cover-up" of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing. Turkey has said it has evidence Khashoggi's body was dumped in a forest, and that it has audio of his killing. He said there would be a "conclusive result."
One of the Saudi Men Accused of Killing Jamal Khashoggi Died in "Suspicious" Car Accident, Turkish Media Reports: A member of the 15-person Saudi team accused of the murder of Washington Post journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi was reportedly killed in a suspicious car accident in Riyadh.
Mammals Will Still Be Recovering From Human Destruction Long After We’re Gone: Humans have helped propel the extinction of more than 300 mammal species - equaling a staggering loss of 2.5 billion years’ worth of unique evolutionary history, according to a grim new study.
Most of the skull from a prized 12,000-year-old fossil nicknamed Luzia has been recovered from the wreckage of a fire in Brazil's National Museum. The human remains - the oldest ever found in Latin America - were viewed as the jewel of the museum's collection.
A Blue Pill Is Stopping HIV, World-First Study Shows:An antiviral pill taken daily by thousands of men across Sydney and other parts of Australia led to a globally unprecedented reduction in new cases, showing that a targeted, preventative approach may accelerate progress on ending the AIDS epidemic
A council in Kent has postponed its annual fireworks display over fears it could harm a beluga whale spotted in the River Thames. Council leader David Turner said the authority wanted to "ensure our special visitor is kept safe and well".
An Australian company is pushing ahead with plans to open a coal-fired power plant and coal mine in Papua New Guinea, despite the recent call from the world's most authoritative climate science body to completely cut greenhouse emissions by 2050.
Saudi Arabia is Germany's second-best weapons customer - Germany has approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia to the tune of more than €400 million this year. The latest figures have angered those demanding an export stop in view of the kingdom's doubtful human rights record.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is pressing for “a credible and transparent investigation” into the death of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in which “names have to be named and responsibility has to be borne.”
Germany’s Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has proposed a global minimum rate of corporation tax coupled with tougher measures to prevent tax evaders from stashing their profits in tax havens, newspaper Welt am Sonntag reported.
Melting glacier in China draws tourists, climate worries: The glacier has lost 60 percent of its mass and shrunk 250 meters (820 feet) since 1982, according to a 2018 report in the Journal of Geophysical Research. Scientists found in 2015 that 82 percent of glaciers surveyed in China had retreated.
The Morrison government has abandoned plans for a $10 million campaign promoting the Great Barrier Reef's promising future, after a public backlash over its failure to address climate change and protect the natural wonder.
Wean babies on to allergens sooner to prevent epidemic, says expert - The UK is at risk of a "food allergy epidemic" because babies are not weaned on to allergens soon enough, an expert says.
U.S. President Donald Trump joined European leaders on Saturday in pushing Saudi Arabia for more answers about Jamal Khashoggi after Riyadh changed its story and acknowledged that the journalist died over two weeks ago at its consulate in Istanbul.
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government will table a bill next week that strips returning terrorists of their driver’s licenses and benefits, Premier Doug Ford and MP Dave Smith confirmed on Twitter.
Metadata laws under fire as 'authority creep' has more agencies accessing your information - More Australian government agencies are accessing people's phone and internet records than originally envisaged, in what critics are describing as "authority creep".
Unreleased City of Toronto draft reports urged council to stop risky ‘underinvestment’ in housing, transit - The city doesn’t generate enough revenue to pay for all the new infrastructure and programs approved by council.