‘Our Hands Can Reach You’: Khashoggi Case Shakes Saudi Dissidents Abroad

‘Our Hands Can Reach You’: Khashoggi Case Shakes Saudi Dissidents Abroad

“They don’t care if you are famous, if you have a big following or not,” said the dissident in Canada, Omar Abdulaziz. “’If you criticize us even a little bit, we are going to go after you.’” The dissidents represent...
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Bulgarian Journalist, Host of Anticorruption TV Show, Is Raped and Killed

Bulgarian Journalist, Host of Anticorruption TV Show, Is Raped and Killed

WARSAW — When the body of a 30-year-old woman, bruised, beaten and raped, was discovered on Saturday in a park in the city of Ruse in northeastern Bulgaria, the grisly crime scene stunned a nation where corruption is endemic but...
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How to Attract a Killer Tigress? Try a Man’s Cologne

How to Attract a Killer Tigress? Try a Man’s Cologne

They check more than 100 camera traps. They search for tiger hairs and study the stony, undulating terrain for tiger tracks, known as pugmarks. At dusk they return, sweaty and exhausted. They line up to guzzle water and gobble down...
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Washington Post publishes what it calls last surveillance photo of missing Saudi journalist

Washington Post publishes what it calls last surveillance photo of missing Saudi journalist

The Washington Post has published an image it described as the last surveillance photograph of its missing Saudi contributor.The Post’s image showed Jamal Khashoggi walking into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul a week ago. Khashoggi disappeared immediately af...
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Australia name Bolton, Jonassen for Women’s World T20

Australia name Bolton, Jonassen for Women’s World T20

Oct 9, 2018 ESPNcricinfo staff Opener Nicole Bolton and left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen have been included in the 15-member Australia squad for the Women’s World T20 that will run from November 9 to 25 in the West Indies. Bolton has...
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Over 1,000 pack vigil for victims of deadly New York limousine crash

Over 1,000 pack vigil for victims of deadly New York limousine crash

A ceremony for the victims of the limousine crash that killed 20 people has ended with participants lifting candles above their heads to signal unity and perseverance.Over 1,000 people jammed a riverside park in Amsterdam, New York, for Monday night’s...
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Africa:Over 14 000 Migrants Drown En-Route to Europe

Africa:Over 14 000 Migrants Drown En-Route to Europe

By Ahmed Zayed Tripoli — More than 14 700 migrants have died at sea trying to reach Europe over the past five years since the international community united to end further death at sea. Among the victims are 1 777...
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Skripal attack: Second Russian Salisbury suspect named

Skripal attack: Second Russian Salisbury suspect named

Image copyright Russia TodayImage caption “Alexander Petrov” is actually a military doctor working for Russian intelligence, Bellingcat says The name of the second suspect in the Salisbury case is actually Alexander Mishkin, the BBC understands. Th...
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Brazil Edges Toward Bolsonaro as a ‘Last Resort’ Leader

Brazil Edges Toward Bolsonaro as a ‘Last Resort’ Leader

Polls had suggested that the candidate, Wilson Witzel, a retired federal judge and military veteran running for governor of Rio de Janeiro, had no shot at victory over his better-known opponent. But with Mr. Bolsonaro’s backing, Mr. Witzel won 41...
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Skripal Poisoning Suspect Is a Russian Military Doctor, Report Says

Skripal Poisoning Suspect Is a Russian Military Doctor, Report Says

A group of investigative journalists and researchers on Monday identified a military doctor employed by a Russian intelligence agency as one of two men suspected by the British authorities of trying to kill a former Russian spy with a potent...
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