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Jamal Khashoggi case: Turkish police 'search forest'
Turkish officials believe the Saudi journalist's body may have been disposed of outside Istanbul.

Trump hails body slamming Congressman Greg Gianforte in Montana
A campaign group for journalists' safety is among those to call for the US president to apologise.

EU court orders Poland to halt court retirements law
This comes after Poland lowered the retirement age of Supreme Court judges, triggering protests.

Vote delayed after police chief murdered
Voting in the Afghan province is delayed after the Taliban shoot dead a powerful police chief.

First Dutch gender-neutral passport issued
A person identifying as intersex receives the gender X in their passport after court ruling.

Job centres drop The Voice-style interviews
When several French job centres tried out a TV talent-show approach there was immediate criticism.

Migrant caravan: Mexico sends police to southern border
The move follows President Trump's threat to close the US-Mexico border and cut aid.

Julian Assange: Wikileaks co-founder takes legal action against Ecuador
The Wikileaks co-founder has been living in the country's UK embassy in London since 2012.

Wimbledon: Final set tie-breaks to be introduced in 2019
The All England Lawn Tennis Club announces that final set tie-breaks will be introduced at Wimbledon from next year.

Russian 'mafia' group and MP Reznik acquitted in Spain
A Russian MP is among 17 cleared of handling mafia profits in Spain.

South Carolina convicts 'blackmail soldiers in sexting scheme'
Inmates pretending to be underage girls demanded cash from US troops, army investigators say.

Time News
The Week That Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Lost His Luster
The first in a new series

The True Story Behind the Movie Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Here’s what the movie gets right and what it doesn't

Turkey Investigating Whether Jamal Khashoggi’s Remains Were Taken to a Forest Outside Istanbul
It was not immediately clear if police had already searched the areas

Police Aren’t Sure Whether Africa’s Youngest Billionaire Is Still Alive After Abduction
Eight people have been arrested in connection with the disappearance

The Making a Murderer Filmmakers on How Steven Avery’s New Lawyer Changes Everything
Making a Murderer kickstarted Netflix’s true crime boom. In 2015 the docuseries about Steven Avery, a man who was exonerated thanks to DNA testing only to be arrested for murder just a few years later, became the subject of much debate. It also captured the attention of amateur sleuths, reporters and—eventually—lawyer Kathleen Zellner, who has…

California Principal Apologizes for Sending Email Warning About a Black Man at Starbucks
A San Diego school principal apologized this week for sending an email to parents about a black man who allegedly stared at and followed a student at a local Starbucks. Donna Tripi, principal at La Jolla Elementary School, said she unintentionally perpetuated stereotypes, the San Diego Tribune reports. Tripi last month warned parents about a…

12 True Crime Documentaries You Should Stream Right Now
The popularity of true crime as a genre continues to grow, especially as Netflix’s hit docuseries Making a Murder returns for a second season on Oct. 19. Audiences have grown addicted to podcasts that re-examine cold cases like the Peabody-winning In the Dark, while books like Michelle McNamara’s memoir about her obsessive search for the…

Wife Of Ex-Interpol Chief Held By China Fears He May Be Dead
The wife of the former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei, who is currently in detention by Chinese authorities, has said she is “not sure he is alive.” Meng was in his post when he disappeared last month, but resigned his position effective immediately when it was announced on Oct. 8 he was being held by Chinese…

Former U.K. Prime Minister Says Electing Women Could Help Combat Wave of Populism
Electing women could be the answer to rising populism and extremism, former U.K. Prime Minister John Major told a summit of young leaders at the Hague on Thursday. “Women think about politics in a different way – more pragmatic and more cautious,” he said at the One Young World conference in the Dutch city. The…

Turkish Official Says Jamal Khashoggi’s Remains May Have Been Taken Outside Istanbul
Investigators are looking into the possibility that missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's remains may have been taken out of Istanbul

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  • As Khashoggi crisis grows, Saudi king asserts authority, checks son's power: sources

  • Turkey says it has not shared Khashoggi audio with anyone

  • Saudi conference boycott over Khashoggi shows political threat to economy

  • Saudi consulate employees in Istanbul give testimony at prosecutor's office: Anadolu

  • Justice Department probes Catholic Church sex abuse in Pennsylvania

  • Exclusive: OPEC, allies struggle to fully deliver pledged oil output boost - internal document

  • Ford CEO seeks to rally dealers as shares sink to new low

  • U.S. Mega Millions jackpot nears $1 billion hours before drawing

  • Wall Street set to rebound on strong earnings

  • Investors sell Italian bonds, bank shares as EU warns on Italy budget

  • Clash over Trump tariffs heats up with barrage of WTO litigation

  • Factbox: U.S., Saudi Arabia have leverage on each other; using it has costs

  • Trump says Saudi journalist likely dead; Turkey searches for remains

  • Trump gives Saudi Arabia benefit of doubt in journalist's disappearance

  • Turkish police search forest, coastal city for journalist's remains: sources

  • UK says any response over Khashoggi case would be 'considered'

  • Turkey has not shared audio recordings with anyone, foreign minister says

  • Pennsylvania law to make hazing punishable as felony

  • Tesla launches new $45,000 Model 3

  • Trump threatens to send military, shut border as migrants head for Mexico

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  • Trump is threatening to cut foreign aid over the caravan

  • Why Trump doesn't want to punish Saudi Arabia

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  • Trump praises congressman for assaulting reporter

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