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you could call parliament measures a. long d.w. . this is due to the news coming to you live from berlin till its version of the killing of a saudi journalist in istanbul president richard a drunk calls it a savage murder book created by a specialist team who traveled to turkey from saudi arabia and drawn also demands of the killer of jamal khashoggi france justice stops short of saying quote turkey believes ordered just killing also coming up. tough talks and arms controls in
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moscow u.s. national security adviser john burton meets defense officials in a dispute over intermediate range nuclear missiles he talked with the russian president later today. and campaigning with donald trump after side do you job you follows the republican candidate for senate in arizona the reason republicans need to win to keep their result in majority. hello and welcome i'm the touchy turkey's president richard avedon has reiterated claims that the border of journalists jamal khashoggi was planned days in advance alleging saudi officials were involved speaking in parliament and on said true fish was from the saudi consulate in istanbul while in on the. killing which he
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described as vicious and violent in nature to enjoin said to have faith in the king of saudi arabia he called for an independent commission into she's. a joy and said all those responsible should be punished but he stalks short of pointing fingers he did not mention the crown prince mohamed bin said a man by name all the turkish media allege he knew and perhaps even ordered the killing. let's take a listen to some of what president edwin had to say. it is clear of course that there was a murder and it was clear from the beginning so why was there a flurry of incoherent statements. and now that there is official acknowledgement where's the body why do we still not have the bodies. if the information is that the body was given to a local coconspirator and this is information from an authority by the way which who is this local coconspirator. does this go straight
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to istanbul where did the obvious dorian jones is standing by joran we heard president bush chip i don't seems fairly certain this was a model of violent and vicious murder as he described it but did he offer any conclusive evidence that who carried it out and who ordered the motto of jamal khashoggi. no most of the speech was basically dismantling really narrative. he was killed in an accidental confrontation with those in the consulate he said that this was a carefully premeditated murder involving three teams two from riyadh one that arrived the day before death and one team in the consulate who he alluded to was involved in reconnaissance to all the disposal of the body and a third team which evolved what he described as high level officials who have specific skills he said all of this indicates that this was a carefully planned operation he said the security cameras the hard drives from
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those cameras were removed the head of the visit to the consulate and he said that this points to the fact that saudi arabia had this carefully planned operation to get rid of this journalist he also criticized the lack of cooperation and he is calling for greater cooperation now from saudi arabia in particular finding the body which is seen as key by investigators to confirming their narrative that he was tortured executed and then his body was dismembered again contradicting riyadh's version of events and another crucial demand was that he called for those who have been detained eighteen people in saudi arabia that they should be tried here in turkey this is another key the man but the most striking thing about this speech is what he didn't say there's a lot of expectation the president will talk about these these so-called tapes or deal and videotape that according to sources linked to the turkish investigation recorded the last minutes of course shaggy's a life that is seen as crucial to confirming turkey's narrative and the most
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important car it has over riyadh he did not even mention those tapes other than saying his intelligence services have important information and as you said he did not point directly to the crown prince mohammed bin selma other than saying that high level people he believes were behind this investigation in many ways this is a speech to keep options all open to question now is where will turkey go from now . exactly and that is the question dorian there had been such high expectation that aidan would bring out some of the evidence this audiotape that you mentioned and also a little more clear cut idea as to what happened and what this vicious and violent murder means where do you think what it is a do one strategy in this whole case do you think. well i think that's what washington most of your will be wondering this speech basically further turns up the pressure but r.k. said keep his options open there's a lot of speculation that washington are in negotiations with the want to secure
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a final end game out of this crisis does turkey have a price what its price these are things that no one knows and of course being very successful by keeping silence out of pallas what is his agenda possibly a handful of people only know what one is thinking maybe he hasn't made a final decision yet this speech does suggest that he's keeping his options open with the head of the cia do you know hop style is now in. part of those talks the speculations that she wants to see whether these all go and video recordings of these last minutes of life do they exist and she will pop back to tromp trouble then possibly decide on what is a gender will be a lot of unknown questions at the moment and the speech really hasn't altered any of the. story in istanbul thank you very much for that update and of course we'll be following that story and we'll have more from you as soon as more details become available thank you for now. listen take a look at some other stories making news around the world in mexico entireties are
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calling on residents to seek refuge in temporary shelters as hurricane wilma nears the country specific coast throughout the region people are comparing for the last the storm has weakened overnight but forecasters warn it will likely that are coastal regions with wind speeds of more than two hundred kilometers an hour. officials in taiwan say excessive speed was the. all support train derailment that left eight hundred people dead and missing the train and to a curve at one hundred forty kilometers per hour one was twice the speed limit for the section. two u.s. warships have seized through the taiwan straits in a move that could aggravate tensions with china u.s. military official said the. chinese warships the trumpet ministration has stepped up minute to support for taiwan china to seize as a part of its territory. u.s.
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national security adviser john bolton is said to her talks with russian president vladimir putin and moscow in the day buton met with russia's defense minister sergei surely go who stressed the kremlin remains committed to nuclear nonproliferation both an incentive to do visits to russia shortly after u.s. president donald trump announced that washington would pull out of a thirty year old myside treaty and build up its nuclear arsenal trump accuses russia of violating the treaty of moscow denies the charge but the very latest let's go to detail because when and when you show when in moscow welcome emily what is expected from bulletins meeting with the russian president today. well at this point it's actually hard to know what may come out of this meeting today amrita pushing himself hasn't commented on the whole situation and on. the u.s. this withdrawal from the treaty the kremlin spokesperson scoff has however commented
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he's called this decision dangerous in the past few days and he's also said that it would make the world a less safe place russia has said repeatedly that they don't want to rip up this agreement but today the kremlin spokesperson has also said that they shouldn't break up this treaty without suggestions for a new agreement but he also admitted that there are so. tight spots as he said in the treaty now it's interesting to note that putin himself has actually come out several times in the past few years against this treaty even as early as two thousand and seven he said in a speech that this treaty should be widened to include china and that otherwise russia would leave the treaty so basically echoing the words that trump has now come out with in the past few days so perhaps russia would also be looking to renegotiate this treaty we'll have to wait and see what comes out of that meeting on rita would it be any trump is using very strong language at the moment he talked
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of modern nuclear build up until other nations you said like russia come to this senses how is this going down there. well russia actually hasn't really reacted to this rather threatening tone that we've heard but the language of ultimatums as they usually call it doesn't go down well in moscow and yesterday we saw foreign minister sergey lavrov commenting he said that any actions on this treaty would be met with a reaction so certainly raising the specter of an arms race there so we'll have to wait and see whether this is all just public posturing and whether the tone behind closed doors is actually much softer right emily showing at our moscow bureau thank you very much. it's only two weeks until midterm congressional elections in the u.s. in an unprecedented number of women are running for office is the pink we've done
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with suze on women candidates today we profile a republican who once called president trump's remarks on women disgusting no she stood in the commander in chief for backing this report by the washington bureau chief on the phenomena. martha makes elly first female force pilot in combat kong with woman running for the u.s. senate in arizona in a race that will help decide which party controls the family. and emotional moment for mom excelling in the republican primaries she fended off challenges from the far right now she is her party's hope to hold the open senate seat in a difficult election and i feel very humbled and honored and grateful that. she is the favorite of the republican establishment and has a reputation as a political moderate garnered from representing a swing district but early in this race she links herself to the president and
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the netherlands she was very dark red and was down the set to german on julie when she changed tactics and turned the match around that means won the second and then the third set in a dramatic fashion to gain a big edge in the group stage of the tournament. more on saudi arabia's predicament coming up just in a moment with ben to zoom in business is to stay with the news if you can. they make a commitment.


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