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Turkey demands to know who ordered 'savage' Khashoggi killing
In a speech to parliament about a case that has sparked outrage around the globe, Erdogan did not mention Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who some U.S. lawmakers suspect ordered the killing.
IDF uncovers Hezbollah post one km from border, defying U.N. resolution
Hezbollah members near an outpost one kilometer from the Israeli border, released by the army October 22, 2018. (photo credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)
Border tensions boil over as France 'dumps' migrants to Italy
Relations between Italy andFrancehit a new low this week, with Rome accusing French border guards of illegally crossing the border to "dump" unwelcome migrants inside Italian territory.On Monday, a delegation from the Italian interior ministry was expected in the mountain village of Claviere, 80km n
Nissan Leaf approved for vehicle-to-grid use in Germany
HAGEN, Germany (Reuters) - Nissan’s Leaf became the first electric vehicle (EV) to secure regulatory approval as an energy backstop for Germany’s electricity grid, the Japanese carmaker said on Tuesday.
Conservative rabbis can now attend intermarriages - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
The policy change, which reverses a ban of four decades, was made last week in a vote of the Rabbinical Assembly’s Committee on Jewish Law and Standards, which determines the centrist movement’s Jewish legal rulings.
Jamal Khashoggi, Italy, Ryanair: Your Tuesday Briefing
There are fresh doubts about the Saudi explanation of Jamal Khashoggi’s death after avideo surfaced of a “body double”leaving the consulate in Istanbul where the journalist was killed. A Saudi operative donned Mr. Khashoggi’s clothes and walked around the city as part of a cover-up, surveillance ima
Shoprite to pay South African customers for reusing plastic bags
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Shoprite Holdings, South Africa’s biggest supermarket chain, said on Tuesday it would pay customers for reusing its newly introduced recyclable bag as it joined domestic rivals in efforts to curb plastic pollution.
Iran's oil minister says U.S. sanctions cannot stop crude exports: Tasnim news
"As long as America targets Iran, one of the biggest crude producers, with sanctions, the volatility in the oil market will continue," Bijan Zanganeh was quoted as saying by Tasnim news agency.
Stocks - Dow Futures Point to Triple-Digit Drop Amid Global Selloff
The blue-chipDow futuresslid 273 points, or 1.08%, by 6:43 AM ET (10:43 GMT), theS&P 500 futureslost 34 points, or 1.22%, while the tech-heavyNasdaq 100 futurestraded down 109 points, or 1.52%.
Bolton says Russian meddling had no effect on 2016 result
Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton said Monday in Moscow he thinks Russia's meddling in the 2016 US election did not have any effect on the outcome and warned Russian officials that, from a "very cold blooded cost benefit ratio," interfering in the America
Saudi Arabia has 'no intention' of weaponizing oil
Khalid al-Falih, Saudi Energy and Oil Minister and Chairman of OPEC's Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee (JMMC), speaks to journalists during the 10th JMMC meeting in Algiers on Sept. 23, 2018.Ryad Kramdi / AFP - Getty Images
Fast and furious in the mud as Thai buffalo racers mark end of monsoon
CHONBURI, Thailand (Reuters) - Scores of Thais took to their water buffaloes for muddy annual races on Tuesday, marking the end of the monsoon season and the beginning of the rice harvest in a tradition that dates back more than 140 years.
Kremlin says U.S. plan to quit flawed nuclear pact is dangerous
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Tuesday that a landmark nuclear arms treaty Washington says it wants to quit had its weak points, but that the U.S. approach of talking about leaving it without proposing a replacement was dangerous. President Vladimir Putin was due to discuss the matter in Mo
How pomegranates could play a role in solving Yemen
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Fears of nuclear arms race as U.S. and Russia meet
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Conte Rules Out ‘Plan B’ for Italy’s Budget
Conte said in a Bloomberg News interview that he was looking forward to talking with European commissioners and explaining the 2019 budget to them. He suggested that Italy has some leeway to tweak aspects of the plan, and not actual spending. But if he is asked to change the substance, “it will be d
Japan stocks lower at close of trade; Nikkei 225 down 2.70%
Investing.com – Japan stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in theShipbuilding,Chemical, Petroleum & PlasticandTransportation Equipmentsectors led shares lower.
TEXT-"A vicious murder" - Turkish president's remarks on Khashoggi
“At this point in our group meeting, I want to make a comprehensive evaluation of the Khashoggi investigation, after it has been confirmed that he was killed. I’d like to firstly offer my condolences to the late Khashoggi, his family, friends, the people of Saudi Arabia, where he is from, and the me
EU Commission rejects Italy budget, demands new version - AGI
ROME, Oct 23 (Reuters) - The European Commission has decided to reject Italy’s 2019 budget and ask Rome to present a new document within three weeks, Italian news agency AGI reported on Tuesday, citing EU sources.
U.S. targets Russian operatives ahead of election: NYT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has launched a cyber campaign aimed at Russian operatives in an effort to curb misinformation ahead of the Nov. 6 congressional elections, the New York Times reported on Tuesday, in what it said was the first known such operation to protect American elections