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An Indonesian woman who lost her fiancé in the doomed Lion Air plane crash honored his memory by taking wedding photos of herself alone. "He asked me to still wear my wedding gown that he chose for me on our wedding day, put on attractive makeup and hold a white rose bouquet, take good photos and send them to him".
  • Turkish police to search well at Saudi consul general's residence

    Turkish police to search well at Saudi consul general's residence

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    It's not clear whether President Donald Trump has broached the topic of the Khashoggi family's travel in his discussions with the Saudi government over Khashoggi's death. At least five people from the "team of murderers" are from his closest circle, others would not have acted without their permit ... Erdogan never mentioned Mohammed bin Salman in his speech and did not play an audio of the killing that news accounts have cited.
  • Players on edge for record $1.6 billion jackpot in Mega Millions drawing

    Players on edge for record $1.6 billion jackpot in Mega Millions drawing

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    No residents in Arizona became overnight billionaires this weekend, but at least one lucky person will be able to cash in their Powerball ticket for a cool $1 million. "You'll have relatives you've never heard of popping up or people who one time angered you might be suing you", Weed said. And if you do win you won't get your money right away, lottery officials say payment usually varies by state, but a week or two is pretty common.
  • U.S. shows double standard on Khasoogi disappearance: Russian envoy

    U.S. shows double standard on Khasoogi disappearance: Russian envoy

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    While members of the crown prince's security team may not report directly to him and may have been led on the mission to Istanbul by other senior intelligence officials, the presence of an autopsy expert and senior figure in the Saudi medical establishment suggests that al-Tubaigy would have been directed only by a high-ranking authority figure.
  • Mike Pompeo Meets Turkish President Amid Saudi Journalist's Disappearance

    Mike Pompeo Meets Turkish President Amid Saudi Journalist's Disappearance

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    It has been two weeks now since the disappearance of the Washington Post journalist, who is believed to have been killed at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last week where he went to get documents for his marriage with his Turkish fiancee Hatice Cengiz, and Riyadh still is not showing sufficient care regarding the case.
  • Saudi consulate to be searched after Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance

    Saudi consulate to be searched after Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance

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    President Donald Trump threatening " severe punishment " if it turns out Khashoggi was killed in the consulate and European allies calling for "a credible investigation" and accountability for those responsible. What does the Saudi government have to say? In the diplomatic fallout over Khashoggi's disappearance, global firms are pulling out of a high-profile investment summit due to take place later this month in Riyadh.
  • Saudi Arabia says it will respond to any economic sanctions: SPA

    Saudi Arabia says it will respond to any economic sanctions: SPA

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    In a piece for the New York Times on Saturday, Hatice Cengiz , Khashoggi's fiancee, has said "condemnation" alone was not good enough if the journalist had been murdered . Prince Abdulaziz noted that Saudi Arabia and Turkey have agree to conduct a joint investigation and it is important for the media to report only the facts and "not to affect the paths of investigation and judicial proceedings".
  • Did Crown Prince Order Murder of Saudi Journalist?

    Did Crown Prince Order Murder of Saudi Journalist?

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    Mr Khashoggi , a United States resident and critic of the Saudi monarchy, entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October and has not been seen since. "Before I discuss this I'd have to find out what happened", he said. Trump said Wednesday that he's been in touch with the "highest levels" of the Saudi government about Khashoggi's case and expressed concerns about his possible murder.
  • International Monetary Fund warns Nigeria on tough times ahead

    International Monetary Fund warns Nigeria on tough times ahead

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    Addressing the media on the World Economic Outlook , in Bali, Indonesia, Mr. Obstfeld said developments on the global market have warranted a revision of their earlier decision. The IMF said higher trade barriers could disrupt global supply chains, slow the spread of technology and ultimately lower global productivity and welfare.
  • May declares an 'end to austerity' amid fierce attack on Corbyn

    May declares an 'end to austerity' amid fierce attack on Corbyn

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    Since then he has launched thinly-veiled attacks on the proposal. "A large section of the country thinks he is a clown", he said. "The country wants, seemingly, something different", O'Neill said. "If he can not, or will not, then Theresa May's announcement today was not just empty - it was clearly a deceitful attempt to trick the public". It was a warm welcome for a leader whose fragile position at the helm of her party has been put under further pressure after the European Union ...
  • Tesla Shares Jump; Elon Musk Says Company Close To Achieving Profit

    Tesla Shares Jump; Elon Musk Says Company Close To Achieving Profit

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    Over the weekend, Musk agreed to a settlement with the SEC that requires him to step down as Tesla's chairman and pay a $20 million fine . Numerous reports suggested Musk and Tesla had declined to settle the case when the SEC initially brought the charges, and there have been no comment from either on the deal at time of writing.
  • Tesla shares jump on Model 3 numbers, Musk settlement

    Tesla shares jump on Model 3 numbers, Musk settlement

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    Shares of Tesla Inc jumped almost 15 percent on Monday after Chief Executive Elon Musk settled a lawsuit from the US Securities and Exchange Commission ( SEC ) that sought to remove him from company management. The SEC's lawsuit had sought to bar Musk from serving as an officer or director of a public company, a prospect that rattled investors. Musk and Tesla will each pay $20 million under the settlement , the SEC said in a statement Saturday .
  • Boeing Picked for $9 Billion Air Force Training Jet Program

    Boeing Picked for $9 Billion Air Force Training Jet Program

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    KAI sought for a joint bid for the U.S. T-X APT program where overall purchase could reach 1,000 jets given the average age of aircraft. "Today's announcement is the culmination of years of unwavering focus by the Boeing and Saab team", said Leanne Caret , president and CEO, Boeing Defense, Space & Security.
  • Iran says Trump is why oil prices are now so high

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    He said: " OPEC and OPEC nations are as usual, ripping off the rest of the world , and I don't like it, nobody should like it". Commodity merchants Trafigura and Mercuria have warned that the price of oil, now at $69.85 per barrel, could go all the way up to $100 per barrel by the end of 2018 or the beginning of 2019.
  • Is Michael Kors buying Versace for $2bn?

    Is Michael Kors buying Versace for $2bn?

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    Versace had revenue of 686 million euros and returned to profit in 2017, according to figures provided by the company. Last year , Michael Kors bought Jimmy Choo , the luxury shoemaker founded in London, for nearly £900m. It is unclear whether the Versace family, which has controlled the brand for decades, would remain as minority shareholders in the business or if Donatella Versace would stay on as creative director.
  • FDA puts e-cigarette companies on notice over teen access

    FDA puts e-cigarette companies on notice over teen access

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    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently sent more than 1,300 warning letters and fined U.S. retailers for selling e-cigarette products to minors. Gottlieb said the agency could also target "cartridge-based products" such as the USB-sized Juul, which is favored by teens and sold in convenience stores.
  • Apple faces Trump's ire after company says tariffs would hurt products

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    Over the weekend, he suggested in a tweet that Apple move its manufacturing plants to the U.S.to avoid tariffs in the simmering trade war between the USA and China. After the earlier tariffs targeting US$50 billion of United States goods, that leaves barely US$100 billion for retaliation, or half of Trump's US$200 billion list of goods for the second round of tariffs .
  • Trump tells Apple to make products in USA to avoid China tariffs

    Trump tells Apple to make products in USA to avoid China tariffs

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    Mr Trump spoke yesterday as his administration prepared to apply 25 per cent tariffs to $200 billion of Chinese goods, in addition to levies that have been applied already to $50 billion of Chinese goods. Beyond the core products, Apple said accessories like the HomePod speaker, some Beats speakers, AirPort and Time Capsule internet routers, the Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad, and leather cases for the iPhone, iPad, MacBook and Apple Pencil would be affected.
  • Tesla shares fall after Elon Musk smokes weed, drinks whisky during interview

    Tesla shares fall after Elon Musk smokes weed, drinks whisky during interview

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    Morton, Jr . leaving his post after just two months and Chief People Officer Gabrielle Toledano confirming that she would not be coming back from a leave. Some investors were likely concerned with Musk's behavior during the Rogan podcast, which included some smoking and alcohol. Later on Friday, Tesla named a new president of automotive operations, promoting eight-year Tesla employee and former Daimler truck exec Jerome Guillen into the role overseeing all automotive ...
  • Former President Obama delivers speech at University of IL

    Former President Obama delivers speech at University of IL

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    After his remarks, Obama will be presented the Paul H. Douglas Award for Ethics in Government in a ceremony at the university president's residence on campus. This has reportedly annoyed some Democrats, who believe their most potent weapon is sitting out the midterms in an effort to maintain decorum that they feel has gone out the window since Trump took office.
  • African Leaders in China for More Loans As Trade Imbalance Persists

    African Leaders in China for More Loans As Trade Imbalance Persists

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    China will carry out 50 projects on green development and environmental protection in Africa, focusing on fighting climate change, desertification and wildlife protection, Xi said. China has doubled its financial aid and investment pledges to Africa and promised to waive the debt of the continent's least-developed nations as Beijing seeks to extend its economic and political reach in the region.
  • Cave diver prepares to sue Elon Musk over 'pedo' claim

    Cave diver prepares to sue Elon Musk over 'pedo' claim

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    He wrote: "Did you investigate at all?" But Musk's decision to continue to respond to critics on Twitter indicates he won't change easily, said Charles Elson, a University of DE finance professor who specializes in corporate governance.
  • Trump wants to return to the investigation of the correspondence of Clinton

    Trump wants to return to the investigation of the correspondence of Clinton

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    Trump then said the hush payments were financed with his own money - to which Cohen had access - and that while he had no knowledge of them at the time , he had since been fully transparent. US President Donald Trump should be more anxious about prosecutors in NY than about the ongoing Russian Federation probe led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, retired Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz said.
  • At midday: S&P 500, Nasdaq hit record highs on Powell comments

    At midday: S&P 500, Nasdaq hit record highs on Powell comments

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    Powell's speech discussed at length the challenges of monetary policy at a time when economic benchmarks - such as estimates of full employment or the neutral policy rate - are uncertain. "We can afford to wait and see and inflation does start to move up, well, we can move up", he added. But Powell has brushed off that criticism and said the White House would have no impact on monetary policy.
  • Chaos as Gatwick airport uses whiteboards after digital departure screens fail

    Chaos as Gatwick airport uses whiteboards after digital departure screens fail

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    He added that a " handful of people have missed their flights" as a result of the problem. Whiteboards are being used to display flight information at Gatwick airport after an IT failure. "Thank goodness I have eagle-vision and can read messy writing from a distance", she said. "Gatwick would like to apologise to any passengers affected and expects Vodafone to resolve the issue as quickly as possible".
  • Turkey's President Erdogan vows to challenge economic threats

    Turkey's President Erdogan vows to challenge economic threats

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    Turkey, meanwhile, is frustrated by the refusal of the U.S.to extradite a Pennsylvania-based Muslim cleric accused by Turkish authorities of engineering the coup attempt. The United States has already imposed sanctions on two Turkish government ministers and doubled tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum imports. It estimates Turkey's short-term external debt at $180 billion and total external debt at $460 billion - the highest in emerging markets.