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as his date of the news live from sparks fly at the 1st u.s. presidential debate donald trump and joe biden trade talks and insults at a hated 90 minute debate we'll look at 2 candidates not afraid to get personal in an already deeply divisive election coming up german chancellor angela merkel announces new measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus including a limit on guests at public events it comes amid a spike in infections across europe and. no
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let up in the fighting between armenia and azerbaijan over the disputed territory of nagorno-karabakh the 2 countries project calls for peace talks as the conflict threatens to escalate into all out war. i'm rebecca rich's welcome to the program there was no holding back here u.s. president donald trump and his democratic challenger joe biden went on the attack in a chaotic 1st televised debate moderator chris wallace struggled at times to control the discussion as the candidates repeatedly interjected and talked over each other the debate topics ranged from the coronavirus to the economy race relations and health care but the answers often devolved into angry exchanges and personal insults would use the words more. so you said you went to delaware
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state but you forgot the name of your college you don't go to delaware state you graduated either the lowest or almost the lowest in your class don't ever use the word smart with me don't ever use that word or give me that because you know what there's nothing smart about you joe with you guys we're going to get the final word it's hard to get any word in with this clown excuse me the state and let me say. well i'm joined 98 of these states events in life yeah absolutely very messy very biting and what was your reaction to the debate what stood out to you well it managed to thread the needle between being extremely boring and extremely stressful as just the 2 men just talking over each other and chris wallace was like a kindergarten teacher trying to get everybody in line but i think that this is what donald trump and part was trying to do to try to unnerved joe biden make him seem like he is not focused that he can't and a question answer questions well that he's not smart and we saw well he wasn't
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successful in that way joe biden joe biden had smart intelligent things to say but every time he would get a little bit of momentum donald trump interrupt i think that was part of the strategy definitely as a lot of interjection lot of talking over each other but biden wanted to press trump on his handling of the coronavirus but the president pushed back as we were saying let's take a listen but i'll tell you joe you could never have done the job that we did you don't have it in your black you could have never done that you know i know how to do the job i know how to get a job where you don't do very well and swine flu h one n one you were a disaster your own. 14000 people died not 200000 there were no there are economic recession or you may have gotten a letter was no you're saying you made a point but i mean there was no one no we didn't shut down the economy this is his economy and spin he shut down. trump saying that biden couldn't have done what he
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did on covert 19 but did biden say what he would have done differently if he had been in charge during the coronavirus well i think he just pointed to what happened under the obama administration where they had to deal with swine flu and how effective they were in minimizing deaths but one of the points that joe biden said during this exchange on covert is that it is what it is because you are what you are referring back to what donald trump said about the numbers when we had the 200000 mark and he and joe biden went on to say that the american people. could handle that and that. trump chose to. downplay it so he did he go into specific details on what he would do you know but i think part of the problem was he just couldn't get enough he just couldn't get his word out and yeah definitely was being kind of dominated in a way low energy that's true but i think that what he was able to say at least it
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had something to do with the everyday lives of american people and donald trump just resorted to personal attacks another of the major topics was racial tensions and the recent violence in the violence in the u.s. let's have a listen to that exchange almost everything i see is from the left wing not from the right you know what are you going to do you are you saying i'm willing to do anything i want to see the reasons you want to do it sir. you want to call him what you want to call him give me a name give me what you are probably just sort of would you like me can do you proud grow as a son right proud of my orange stand back and stand by but i'll tell you what i'll tell you what somebody has got to do something about in future and the left because this is not a right is we always i love your art director. got about right she got her students and teachers in our dear not an organiser you got it not your mission director here's to the interview you are i have p.r. directors were no no no no we're not we're done certainly we're going to the next
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one i learned when i saw you earlier his generation had an idea. trump obviously trying to move the attention away from the race issue. how do you think both candidates stand on on race well let me just say i think it's a shame when a sitting u.s. president can't write to not denounce white supremacy and throughout this exchange proves what he's been doing that he considers himself the president of the red states and not the whole united states and when it comes to race he still has his head in the sand you have all these people of various ethnic backgrounds and men and women of various ages who are fighting who are protesting because they want to see a more just justice system and he's ignoring it and throwing it all at the feet of and not at all the knowledge of the violence that has been ensued because of white supremacist. you know with that issue and many other issues politics in the u.s.
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is so polaroid polarized right now do you think from this debate that voters will be swayed by what they saw tonight and this debate was really horrible right so i don't know if it's possible to sway people with this and voting is already underway in several states i think that if you are a joe biden supporter going into this you still are and if you're a trump supporter you still are and the undecideds there's just so few of them i think that those people already know who they prefer to vote for they just don't know if they can force themselves to go to the polls and pull the lever and we still have 2 debates to go how do you think they might pan out do you think the candidates will take the same strategies or do you think they might change tack a let's hope job i need to do better like i said he did speak to issues that matter to american people. and donald trump resorted to attacks and then one of the the upcoming debates is more of a town hall and that's where joe biden really shines and we saw
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a little bit of that tonight where he looked into the camera news like how are you doing in talking to the american people i think that that's his strength really empathizing and connecting with people and he will probably do better there. donald trump this was his so lose and he didn't really do anything to win it. by stephen thanks very much the analysis. german chancellor angela merkel has announced new measures in response to local spikes of covert 19 infection writes she vowed to avoid a food national lockdown instead announcing what she called a hotspot strategy after a meeting with leaders of germany's 16 federal states. american met with german stupid leaders for 3 hours to address disagreements about whether measures to curb the spread of coronavirus should be ratcheted up the outcome there will be. and. we've learned
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a lot we got through this summer pretty well but we know that more difficult times lie ahead in the fall and winter months. and we are seeing a progressive rise in infection rates partly in densely populated areas in few. parties appear to be a significant infection source one party in delhi felt resulted in hundreds of people being tested nearly $1000.00 were quarantined and schools closed the leaders agreed that the size of parties will now be limited. every increase should mean more masks less alcohol and smaller parties everyone managed to be on one thing no one wants to reimpose the measures seen at the beginning of the pandemic. and what we want to avoid lockdown of the kind we all went through in march so that schools can no gardens and places of work can stay open and we intervene only where infections are occurring. it peels were made to the people to regularly
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air out rooms and avoid travel to higher risk countries but no announcement was made on how some of these measures will be policed. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world britain's lower house of parliament has approved legislation to regulate the u.k.'s internal market after the bill gives ministers the power to override the country's withdrawal agreement with the european union despite the threat of legal action from brussels. french president emmanuel markov has said on a visit to lithuania that he would help mediate in the political crisis in better routes back home met with belarus in opposition latest taken off ska their meeting was saying as a major show of support for the activist. the international space station is leaking above normal volumes of nasa has said the russian american crew is not in danger the crew which is made up of a u.s. astronaut and 2 russian cosmonauts plans to resolve the problem in the coming days
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they're currently. firefighters have been battling to contain wildfires tearing through northern california's wine country since the weekend extremely dry conditions have led to the rapid spread of the blaze in the napa valley and near the city of santa rosa nearly 70000 residents have been forced to evacuate tensions are flaring over the disputed region of nagorno-karabakh with both. as a big johny forces accusing each other of attacks on their territory mania claims turkey has shot down one of its warplanes which the turkish president and his as a vision the allies deny violence in recent days has been the region's worst in decades but as a as of but john and i mean it may have rejected calls for peace talks. these scenes have put the international community on edge. but for the residents of both mania and as a by shun they have been a long time coming. was
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a little the as i by johnny ami will win this war and we will return to our historical lands a lot of this i get as in this victory is ours if my country needs me as a soldier i am ready even at my age. of course we are afraid of a long war but the civilian population and the military must be ready for it. it is better to be free later than to continue this false pace. the focus of the fighting is the goal in a car back region the dispute itself is decades old beginning in the early 1990 s. when the ethnically armenian region declared independence from us a by shall and that independence has never been recognized by the international community which is urging for calm from both sides the secretary general strongly called on the sidestreet mediately stop fighting deescalate tension and return to
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meaningful negotiations without preconditions or delay world leaders fear the fighting could lead to full scale conflict which destabilizes the south caucasus region a kargil for pipelines carrying oil and gas to world markets regional players like russia and turkey also at risk of becoming in broiled in the conflict and escalating it further. and that is that today we are at the side of our azerbaijani brother and in the defense of the homeland mania must immediately cease its attacks and send back the mercenaries that are brought from abroad. dozens of people have been killed so far including civilians and hundreds more wounded at the request of germany and france the un security council is expected to hold emergency talks on choose day but with both sides accusing the other of starting the battle and of continuing to use heavy artillery a quick and clean break from the violence seems unlikely. a german sports
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doctor has confessed to his role in an international doping network involving cyclists and winter sport athletes the doctor identified in germany as mark s. admitted in court to helping at least 23 athletes gain an advantage through blood doping the practice involves boosting an athlete's oxygen capacity by injecting red blood cells the doctor denies putting athlete's health in danger or making money from the practice it's germany's biggest doping trial to date. and the galapagos islands in the pacific ocean a group of $36.00 giant tortoises have been released into the wild born in captivity the tortoises are an endangered species at risk of extinction they were released in their natural habitat on christabel island after a rigorous quarantine process the tortoises play a critical role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem in the unique archipelago. he
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watching david w. news terry martin will be with you next hour don't forget you can get all the news and information on our website that's the w dot com i'm rebecca rooted in berlin from may i mean time news tain here see you soon. i knew your mind 0000 new you and how the last 2 years german chancellor will bring you i'm going to give no. pat have surprised to self what is possible to do is magical really when you sat and want. to talk to people. on the way maurice and critics might join us from apple's last stop.
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as investigators try to find out what happened to jamal khashoggi claudia rabia confirms that the door was toward her show is that all cars show she's loved ones some form of closure many foreign minister saying this was all a terrible accident you should have jamal be sure to your frequent quote of the shot saudi regime inside of the saudi consulate saudi arabia for 3 weeks. world here killing of jamal khashoggi it was a premeditated murder their own october the 1st $28.00 nothing seemed out of the ordinary in belgrade forest north of istanbul it was
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a monday the stench of the workweek and the full with a few visitors. just before sunset c.c.t.v. cameras picked up a car belonging to the saudi consulate in istanbul as it passed through a security gate. it would later in the gym reports by turkish state. this it was carrying the consulate millet she attach a ahmed abdul not. turkish intelligence surveillance mission. according to said i'm losing any 100 times and from saudi arabia earlier today with a plan to liquidate saudi journalist jim showed. the reality my little. children are we. believe you we are the
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boy love you i was a woman a small golden one am i normal all around on june 21st $27.00 singing prince mohammed bin so many was appointed crown prince of saudi arabia the journalist jamal khashoggi had long been close to the royal family but with the rise of mohamed bin selman he'd fallen out of favor banned from writing and tweeting he faced increasing repression and began to fear for his life he fled the kingdom that same month and though he remained supportive of the saudi monarchy and the crown prince's 2030 reform agenda he became a vocal critic of saudi repression and policies from his self-imposed exile in the united states. the pressure increased i believe him to 14 or to 15 when he was writing minister of information decided to publish the letter from writing that i think is on the very insulting remember the german. weeding and the writing out of
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the white. because he's. very viewer we. consider ship and we did work. for i think 100 with someone is doing. the right things by introducing version 233 no he just has to do it right in the early 1980 instrument he showed he received a degree in business from indiana state university he then began working as a generalist later serving as media advisor to ambassador prince turki been fine in washington d.c. . while he was in istanbul to arrange a marriage one of his sons came to visit him. already he wanted to live in istanbul to be near his family.
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he had 4 children with his 1st wife his 2nd marriage also ended in divorce in may 2010 he married stopped to allow nessie for several months after left saudi arabia that marriage also ended amid rumors that the journalists had been put under official pressure to agree to the divorce duerson very happy he was worried he one time told me his 2 sons complained to him that they are held hostage because of him they couldn't travel so they were both bankers and their work requires them to travel and they could not leave the kingdom their passports were confiscated and they were blaming him and that really caused lots of guilt. he told me felt guilty that he's causing the. stress and suffering. in
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aug 27th tweeted for the 1st time from exile in the united states. i return to writing and tweeting grateful to his highness the minister of information for his kind efforts gratitude and loyalty to the royal crown prince no free pen is broken and no tweet eerie silence down to his reign. coming from a man in self-imposed exile the tweet seemed confusing and raised questions about his relationship with his native country back in 2016 the saudi authorities had banned from writing and tweeting he was informed by sound out the tani an advisor to the crown prince in a telephone call which he showed he later described in a television interview. a little. very like how degrading it would be if i agreed to such a thing if he were literally got an official could prevent me from writing or tweeting over the phone or in the read. in september 2017 started writing for
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the washington post. his column extended his readership and influence beyond the middle east. for the saudis i think this was the scariest thing the guy writes for a paper that's already all over the world that would buy this is the makers in the us image mohamed bin someone painted himself in the west in america london and paris with hundreds of millions of dollars worth of public relations that was destroyed by casualties one single article in the washington post as we speak today there are already intellectuals under notice jail no nobody will they have to speak and criticize the reform delight. saudi intelligence was monitoring showed his writing and movements and were briefing the new crown prince and to the throne. i'm of the one horn of the world everything i write i write as an honest advisor. to the saudis trying to tempt the journalist to return
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a source close to the said that the crown prince's advisor sound attorney contacted him twice by phone he said that mohammed bin solman trusted implicitly and that the doors of the royal court would be open to him whenever he chose to return. the same source said that the saudi government maintained communication with his shogi and made him several offers including managing a saudi funded media network if he were to return. north so he has been has been so. i think is more. efficient as a journalist when he spoke out. continued his criticism of the crown prince in the washington post. to me put this before.
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is working with a friend. a foundation for democracy in the arab world promoting. people and also. some form of conservation. efforts included supporting the project electronic be with canadian based saudi activist omar abdel aziz he was speaking to counter the saudi government's online harassment of critics of the regime. doing may in july 28th seen many activists notice that there was an organized attempt to attack them online specifically on social media. was a key target so i studied how those electronic attacks worked. i wanted to put together a project that aimed to stop them. presented the idea to jamal khashoggi and he liked it as did other people like tarik tyree from kuwait of their heart and we decided to establish
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a team that would counter those attacks later he decided to support us and contributed $5000.00 an hour his own pocket in order to help fund the project without a court the court of the municipal becomes all of that i mean. in istanbul we spoke with a political scientist about another major project the shoji launched from the turkish city by our number of media platforms we contacted several of can showcase assistants but they were reluctant to talk in detail because they didn't want to jeopardize the future of their project. meanwhile back in the saudi capital of riyadh a small sound was formed to decide what to do about the shogi they weighed up different options. as new information became available they formulated
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a course of action. they decided to silence because shoki for good. in september jamal khashoggi left the united states for what would be the last time he boarded turkish airlines flight t k 8 from washington arising at istanbul's ataturk airport just before sunset on september 10th. he planned to stay until the 17th of october to finalize his wedding arrangements. there's. the r. r r r. r r by. the turkish scholar t.j. i met jamal khashoggi when she interviewed him at a conference in istanbul in may 28th. this was the 1st of several
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meetings that summer jamal khashoggi proposed and she accepted. the amount was all because he was about to get mad and he wanted to establish a new life and they were still e-mail about the flood that he bought the furniture of that he was going to put in the flow and the fact that the school the consulate the good some bitter months and they joked with him and they said you are younger than me i have seen you before because you have a new love story and the law. and you know we need so we may continue 'd our struggle for. generation. i thoroughly. secure him in. his personal life in his inner self.
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from istanbul he went to london for several days returning to stamboul at 4 o 7 am on friday the 28th of september. at 924 that morning the couple went to the municipal office in the far t. district to complete the formalities for them marriage. with the everybody we went to the municipal office together to get information about the marriage process and find out what documents we needed for what we were told that in order to marry we needed a certificates confirming that we were both single. without that we wouldn't be able to marry. and he would have to go to the saudi consulate to get that certificate or we know. jamal khashoggi and her teacher jenga us took a taxi to the saudi consulate. there for monica iken holler when all my life he
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left his phone with me before going in i wasn't allowed to go in only people who had to obtain paperwork were committed to enter which we thought about called each other he stayed inside for gas an hour for us or. the i was relieved we were both relieved when he came out of the consulate the talk about the he said that they treated him well no you conscious of going further during his 90 minute visit at the consulate he was told his documents would be ready within the next few days that same evening he would. turns to london he had spent less than a day in a stumble. on the 29th of september should he gave a talk at a symposium on the future of peace 25 years after the oslo accords he posted 2 tweets about the event and then what would be his not to treat. young.
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very recently with not. even when. i was one of the last people to meet him for the disappearance he was here with me in this office we spent the day together we had lunch together and he went to the airport i followed him the following they threw away some would cause he was opposed to appear on my t.v. show. but by the time i arrived in istanbul he was gone and i can tell you that when we met here you know my love seemed so quite comfortable and excited about the prospects of marriage we discussed. a project to hear how the mind and that is to set up a website to publish translations of reports an author goes and alice is on the economist ration saudi arabia and the region.
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in london he called the saudi consulate in istanbul they told him that his papers were ready and he should come on tuesday up table the 2nd at 1 30 pm to collect them. he should be left london to return to istanbul on what would be his final journey. on this visit to show he did not stay in an istanbul hotel but in the apartment he had bought for himself and her teacher to live after the wedding the teacher had been busy moving furniture and supplies to the apartment only a few items remained which could show the plan to buy after his return from the consulate. the couple had breakfast at a restaurant in their residential complex they had a lot to talk about especially their upcoming wedding.
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we discussed the wedding day soon all the details. how to organize it and who to invite. up to i asked him if someone would go with him to the consulate and he said he would go alone or with a friend by the end of the one by the 3rd so i told him i would go with him and skip the university seminar. then he called the consulate to confirm his appointment they said they would call him back. call half an hour later they called and gave him an appointment at 1 pm then we took a taxi and went to the consulate. in the consulate was located almost 15 kilometers from the apartment. meanwhile in the early hours of that same morning the planes carrying the team of
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assassins had arrived in istanbul 3 members of mohamed bin soman special protection unit came on a commercial flight from cairo to private jets coming from riyadh landed an hour apart on a private runway the 1st plane with the tail registering. h. said s k one landed at 3 30 am carrying the head of the assassination team my hat i knew trip and 8 other men including 2 of the key players. in the team checked into 2 hotels near the saudi consulate. and surveillance cameras in both hotels showed the men leaving at 940 and 10 15 am. surveillance cameras at the consulate monitored their arrival. took the torches nazi leaked all the recordings that 2 planes came
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from so they are via. missional airport of the church and 15 men. checked in a hotel you stumble and before you arrived to call slate they and the consulate. car we did all that you can not see inside the fact that our team arrived in turkey the circumstances of what they actually did the time is concerned and also the composition of those people in terms of their forensic expertise that ranking one at least is alleged to be a very senior ranking intelligence officer and the fact that it's also claimed that at least 7 of that team are extremely close in terms of the security in a circle of the crown prince himself all of this is very strong circumstantial
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evidence it all suggests that not only were these people implicated in the whatever how has happened. it also suggests that what the intention actually was. at 1 14 pm surveillance cameras showed jamal khashoggi entering the consulate he gave t.j. his mobile phone and left her waiting for him outside. for example but 4 in the afternoon crucial he had still not emerged. contacted yashin at $10.00 and $2.00 ran contracture thought would stand for much for luck i think going to be at $330.00 pm i started asking myself why chmagh hadn't come out we're all going to be taken for fall i got up and started walking around because he me either because i was checking the cars coming out of the consulate and trying to understand what was happening why it's all this to me on ignore your job like i
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never thought that anything bad would happen or that anything like that could happen again we were organising and i almost thought of dr bashir article but i thought that something had gone wrong and started thinking about what to do you know i went to the entrance and said that i was waiting for jamal who hadn't come out yet as to what the officer said that there was no one inside everyone had left . i asked myself what i should do i found the consulate's phone number and called them i said i was 2 miles fiance and i was waiting at the entrance but that he had gone inside did not come out ahead of. the officer hung up the phone and came to the door to give the rich woman the kind of a chance for her because for a couple that became a that he said there is no one inside there's no point wasting for it i can feel. my legs started trembling and i thought about calling mr you're seen in a while to me i was so there were are going are familiar little.
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democracy she said she was jamal khashoggi so beyond saying all do so when asked what happened like you know the those moments on. she said jamal had into the consulate 5 hours earlier and still hadn't come out and that's when i knew there was a serious problem by the. queue i wasn't aware of how dangerous it might be the focus should be to go into the consulate of the. same bush i told her teacher to wait until i made some calls. i called the chief of general intelligence i can feed the ship then i called the president's office and i told some of jamal's friends about what had happened. and. after about 3 and a half hours of work on the part of the intelligence agency it became clear that jamal khashoggi had disappeared. and i have just.
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as international speculation about fate grew one theory was that he had been kidnapped as part of an illegal operation to take him back to saudi arabia the british daily the guardian expressed concern that could show he might have been detained smuggled out of the saudi consulate in istanbul in a diplomatic vehicle and then transferred back to saudi arabia. according to the information we have this early citizen is still in this idea of being consulate in istanbul we don't have any information besides that of the statement by the turkish presidential spokesman was made in october the 3rd the day after the failed to emerge from the saudi consulate 4 days later president said that turkish prosecutors were conducting an extensive investigation looking into all camera records and monitoring incoming outgoing adult transits he added that he
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still hoped for a positive outcome. meanwhile the turkish foreign ministry had summoned the saudi ambassador did. bonding clarification on october the force. that resulted in the 1st official statement by the saudi consulate general in istanbul on twitter it said that the consulate was following up on media reports about the disappearance of the saudi citizen and journalist to marcus shogi after he left the saudi consulate in istanbul it also said it was coordinating with turkish authorities to quote uncover the facts behind his going missing after exiting. in a wide ranging interview with bloomberg news agency just a day after disappearance of crown prince mohammed bin salman said my understanding is he entered and he got out after a few minutes or an hour the crown prince also stated that he was not inside the
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consulate and he added if he were in saudi arabia i would know that. all of our we kept going to the consulate for the 1st 3 days. we waste it from morning to evening because we thought your mail was inside. your wife then saudi arabia released a statement saying that jamal had left a while after entering. this was during the 1st week. then i stopped going there as i believe that jamal was no longer in the concert and i thought they'd taken him to saudi arabia or somewhere else the other was. the very 1st beginning more the iran has been happen. or when the senate on earth. clearly showed that he has left the course late all the responsibilities belong to
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the authorities and. you know that. and their social made the. army started to program. because this is a very detailed. plan and action off the intelligence agencies they are trying to save. the other such from the ridiculous story fabricated stories. the 1st report that had been killed surfaced 5 days after his disappearance reuters news agency quoted a turkish official who said the initial assessment by turkish police was that he had been murdered at the consulate and his body flew now said the country. the saudi concious issued a denial saying that jamal khashoggi was neither inside the consulate nor in saudi
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arabia. it also denied that he had been killed in the consulate and said every effort was being made to find him. on october the 6th the sunday consul in istanbul mohammed. invited reporters from reuters to the consulate and accompanied them on a tour to confirm that he showed he was not inside the buildings the. konsole denied reports of an assassination he insisted he had left the building but said he could not prove it because the consulate surveillance cameras did not save images. look that something is going wrong because someone is missing new york. you have to prove that he ran out of. your core but why you would have a c.c.t.v. system that isn't working that doesn't record seems. impossible to believe the only
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reason why you would not have a recording system is lack of money and this isn't something that afflicts saudi arabia for sure. on monday october the 8th u.s. president donald trump issued his 1st public statement on the case at the same time the saudi ambassador to the u.s. prince colleague bin stillman bin have stated publicly that allegations claiming showed he had been killed or detained by the saudi authorities were completely false and unfounded. he then left for saudi arabia on the pretext of seeking clarification. for the king of saudi arabia. he didn't really know maybe i don't want to get it but it sounded to me like a good thing. from the photos they.
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wanted to give him. of course we know the storm. of themselves and we know that started speaking about the role in humans before even the saudi government give up with this technology so he wanted to give them brings it therefore we can use it nordoff to cover. this unfortunately was all the station. i received an invitation from president trump a few weeks after the incident invited me to the united states. i didn't see it as a positive test i saw it as a political trick to get the public opinion on his side of the what are the united states should have done something to find out what really happened.
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on october the 8th the turkish daily crippled the intelligence services were analyzing the movement of 26 cars owned by the saudi consulate in istanbul. it said they wanted to determine their whereabouts on the day jamal khashoggi went missing. c.c.t.v. cameras close to the saudi consulate showed 2 cars. with the license number 34 c c 1865 and another miss sadie's with the license number 34 c c 2 to 48 driving to the saudi consuls house an hour and 15 minutes after the show had entered the consulate. they were parked in the garridge there for 3 days. on the 4th day they were taken to a car wash near the consulate we obtained these images from inside the car wash
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showing the 2 vehicles being carefully cleaned turkish investigators believe the dismembered body was transported from the consulate to the consul's house in the midst. of the. gruesome details began emerging in media reports on the 9th and 10th of october in the us the washington post published the c.c.t.v. video of jamal entering the consulate at 1 pm on tuesday the 2nd of october on the 10th of october the b.b.c. reported that turkish media had pictures and names of the men they said were members of the assassination sport the new york times also ran the story reporting that he had been dismembered with a bone saw 2 hours after his death and that the orders to assassinate him had been
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issued from the highest levels of the saudi royal court. the hit men said that they were tourists but tourists don't normally go to the consulate for a few hours and then return to the airport. they 1st went to the hotel and then to home d.m. markets here in istanbul where they purchased 16 or 20 large suitcase and then they went to the consulate in the consul's house then to the hotel and then they left. their hotel reservation was for 4 days but they stayed only 10 hours. members of the. us.
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11 days after disappearing donald trump was still insisting on c.b.s. 60 minutes that the crown prince the denied any knowledge of what happened as he warned saudi arabia of severe everything cautions if it were proven that he had been killed there's something. there's something really terrible thing about that if that were the case so we're going to have to see we're going to get to the bottom of it and there will be severe punishment if they want to claim that these people were acting without the authority of the saudi government then of course they can prove that by. relinquishing the diplomatic immunity of these people. for trial. if that happens of course. for a capital offense will name the people have made the decisions and that may not be convening of course to the saudi government. on the same day the british french and german foreign ministers issued
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a joint statement calling for an independent investigation. of course governments in britain america would like to draw a line and pretend it hasn't happened but i think public pressure is and forcing the media to then force the governments in the west to actually at least in the short term appear to be taking action and that of course is in our judgment from the perspective. on the table the 15th the sound the press agency reported that king solomon had received a phone call from donald trump who had praised the progress of the saudi turkish cooperation in investigating jamal disappearance. that same day sounding in turkish officials and to the consulates they arrived with a joint team led by. general process. and counterterrorism agent. that evening turkish forensic investigators were finally allowed to search the
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building. they worked 9 hours through the night until dawn on the 16th of october the forensic team left carrying samples of soil and a metal door from the consulate got the. media attention then quickly switched to the consul's house which was also subjected to forensic inspection. on the 16th of october the consul general mohammed. left istanbul for saudi arabia amid rumors of his impending arrest.
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after all those friends each investigation. made a couple of telephone calls international leaders including. king the most of your. gonna be at realized that the publication story of question has left the conflict is incredible so they accept that mr question has been killed inside the consulate. our camera team was able to monitor the frequent movement of saudi security staff between the consulates and the consuls house from the trials to the 17th of october. from this for take we determined that this team included chemical experts ahmed abdullah janabi and toxicologist colored ronnie. they were among the group that turkish media reported to deliberately destroyed evidence at the consulate and the consuls house.
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on october the 20 s. after repeated denials saudi arabia finally admitted that to malcolm shogi was dead a statement by the saudi public prosecutor announced the arrest of 18 saudis for questioning and suggested an alter cation and fistfight had led to death. on october the 21st king solomon and the crown prince make 2 phone calls to say lucky show glee jamal's son to offer their condolences on the 23rd of october they summoned him and his brother holcombe shogi to riyadh using the meeting as a photo opportunity. ankara's strategy of leaking evidence finally brought the saudi attorney general saad to turkey he arrived on the 29th of october on a private plane he then held 2 meetings in the judicial palace with istanbul's
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chief prosecutor in a fund feed and whose office then made a formal statement it said that there was no tangible results from these 2 meetings despite all our efforts and good intentions to reveal the truth about the killing of cars shogi in his country's consulate. the statement went on to say that immediately after entering the consulate jamal khashoggi had been strangled to death as part of a premeditated plan and that his body had been dismembered and disposed off in the wake of the public prosecutor's statement official positions in the case became entrenched the turkish authorities stood by their account of the events saudi arabia continued to contest the leaks by the turkish government and the trumpet ministration continued. to defend crown prince mohammed bin solomon anxious to protect u.s. business interests. some members of the u.s.
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house and senate defied the administration criticizing trump's actions and demanding that saudi arabia and the crown prince be held to account there was little response from arab countries. the cia has concluded through its investigation and that the saudi crown prince ordered the murder washington post journalist strongly showed proper going to church and church shop a new storm of criticism over the killing of saudi a wider joe lockhart show the u.s. has sanctioned some saudis in response for the crown prince has yet to face and punish the passage of time has done little to diminish interest in the case a united nations investigation also sent a k to the audio recordings leaked by turkish intelligence. we showed that to enter the consulate at 1 15 pm on the 2nd of october he went to the consul general's office where mohamed. was with my trip an officer from the saudi foreign ministry
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and a special guard to crown prince mohammed bin solomon they questioned me about his plans to return to saudi arabia he said that he did want to return in the future then they said they would have to take him back claiming there was an interpol order to that effect said there was no case against him and that he had people waiting for him outside the consulate the recordings then documents fight fathered by a conversation among the members of the assassination team. according to the u.n. investigation he was then injected with the details and suffocated with. plastic bag then a forensic pathologist on the team. started dismembering body.
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about 2 hours later the audio recording picked up 3 different voices coming from the stairs one ordered the visa lounge to be closed another man believed to be an i.t. technician transferred c.c.t.v. data and reset the surveillance cameras the 3rd was mr danny jamal lookalike to bomb a ship she was a premeditated murder and they're now telling c.n.n. that they believe the saudis went to the extent of sending body double hero madani appeared to be complaining about wearing clothes shouting it's scary to wear the clothes of someone who was killed 20 minutes ago. the shoes didn't fit him properly said the team leaders allowed him to keep his running shoes on and madani was instructed to walk along for streets before taking a taxi to the soton ahmed district where he disposed of these clothes.
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the results of the united nations investigation were published in june 29 teams at the un special rapporteur on arbitrary executions and years called for further investigations saying there was credible evidence that crown prince mohammed bin soman and other saudi senior officials were liable for the killing she said to show he had been the victim of a deliberate premeditated execution an extrajudicial killing for which the state of saudi arabia was responsible under international human rights law since he was killed is a body has yet to be far away he has denied any involvement in the disappearance of her newspaper little morning or shocks you. recorded the album the world waits. that it's going to kill you dismembering his body and there needs to be some consequence. once in the life. and
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a corn cut there most of all i want is to be an independent rider on nor and not to be banned from riding while at home in jeddah who are 40 and from appearing in the media banned from publishing books. and then i felt i couldn't enjoy my freedom to get all remaining silent. mexico is producing school lessons in a t.v. studio. because everyone has a t.v. . can this make education accessible to the poor in times of the pandemic. more doesn't create even more social inequality in mexico. treating. 30 minutes on t w. every 2 seconds
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a person is forced to flee their homes nearly 71000000 people have been forcibly displaced the consequences from the disastrous our documentary series displaced depicts dramatic humanitarian crises around the world you know. what a good thing we don't get and i didn't go to university to kill people so i don't know i think me or to have my boss come to me and tell me to kill someone and he got mad and if i don't they'll kill. people feared for their lives and their future so they seek refuge abroad but what will become of the person who stay behind and it's a. battle my husband went to peru because of the crisis that i wanted that if he hadn't gone there we would have died of hunger non-analogous. display starts october 16th.
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