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          MBA Open Day Al Khobar 15th October 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Now is the time to explore the opportunities to study for a British Master’s Degree programme locally, why not speaking to MDCI – who have over 25 years of experience and have helped over two and half thousand graduates in the region. Many of the multinational and large national companies in Saudi Arabia who have […]
          Louisiana teen flies for record as youngest solo round-the-world      Cache   Translate Page      
A Louisiana teenager flew for 10½ hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia, got stuck in the Philippines by typhoons, and set three youth aviation ...
          Saudi’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: reformism and authoritarianism      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman has implemented a string of reforms in his country, but with his ascension to crown prince in June 2017 has ...
          US steps up pressure on Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi disappearance      Cache   Translate Page      
Will the Turkish allegations of murder be a turning point in relations between the allies?
           Missing journalist is ALIVE and is now being held captive in Saudi Arabia       Cache   Translate Page      
Jamal Khashoggi was taken from the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in a car with four Saudi officials to Istanbul airport, where he was flown to Dubai and then Riyadh, where he is now held, a source claims.
          Has Saudi Arabia Finally Gone Too Far?      Cache   Translate Page      
by Thomas W. Lippman In the 75-year history of the improbable alliance between the United State and Saudi Arabia, the Saudis have taken many actions and adopted many policies that infuriated the White House or Congress or both. They participated… Continue Reading  
          Ingram Micro Signs Distribution Agreement with NVIDIA for the META region      Cache   Translate Page      

Ingram Micro Inc., one of the largest value-added distributors in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa region, today announced a start of the distribution relationship with NVIDIA, a world leader in artificial intelligence computing technology. With this agreement, Ingram Micro is authorized to sell and promote NVIDIA's Deep Learning, GPU Virtualization and High Performance Computing solutions in the GCC countries (namely, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates), Turkey and South Africa....

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          Why is the Trump administration quiet on Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murder?      Cache   Translate Page      

Journalist Jamal Khashoggi is believed to have been tortured, murdered, and dismembered inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey. This image appears to show him entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last week. He hasn't came out, and is believed to have been murdered or disappeared by Saudi officials.

Other than a “I heard a report” from Donald, a “we're monitoring the situation closely” from James Mattis, and similar mumblings from others here and there, why is this tough-on-mideast-bad-guys administration so hushed on the apparent execution of the Saudi reporter who contributed to U.S. news organizations?

On MSBNC, Richard Engel says Istanbul security officials have two theories: One, they grabbed him and killed him inside the embassy. The other theory is that Khashoggi was the subject of an attempted rendition to Saudi Arabia, and he died in the process.

Here's the short version of why Trump and his version of the U.S. government isn't going to do anything about it.

MBS, the Sunni prince of Saudi Arabia, has powerful allies in the Trump administration like the president himself, and Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner, none of whom are likely to want to piss off their ally for personal financial reasons.

“If they can't find a body, it'll be difficult to make Saudi Arabia pay a price,” says Richard Engel in this two-way with Chuck Todd on Meet The Press. Read the rest


          US Calls on Saudi Arabia to Conduct Probe into Khashoggi Disappearance      Cache   Translate Page      
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The United States has called on the government of Saudi Arabia to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert said in a press briefing on Tuesday.
          ‘Royal Family Makes Sure’ Saudi Dissident Voices Aren’t Heard - Activist      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who went missing October 2 after having entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, was “a mild critic” of the Saudi government, peace activist Medea Benjamin told Radio Sputnik Tuesday. Nonetheless, “the royal family makes sure” dissidents are rarely heard, she said, even abroad.
          Mohammed bin Salman knows his grip on power dependent on US: Askari      Cache   Translate Page      
MNA –Professor Hossein Askari, an expert on Saudi Arabia who also teaches international business at the George Washington University, believes that “Mohammed bin Salman knows that his grip on power...
          The Disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi and a Crown Prince’s False Promise      Cache   Translate Page      
The disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has focused attention on the recent stream of bad news coming out of Saudi Arabia. There are more and more questions about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as the kingdom moves inexorably toward a generational shift in leadership and power.

          WWE legend John Cena’s next match CONFIRMED on Monday Night Raw for Crown Jewel      Cache   Translate Page      
WWE have announced John Cena’s next match will be at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia. The 41-year-old legend returned to televised action for the first time in six months on Saturday to join forces with Bobby Lashley to defeat Elias and Kevin Owens at Super Show-Down in Melbourne. Now he is set to […]
          An Extraordinary Move in Search for Missing Journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
Turkey said Tuesday it will search the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials' fears the writer had been killed inside the building. That Saudi Arabia would allow foreigners to enter...
          US seeks Saudi Arabia's support over journalist's disappearance      Cache   Translate Page      
[U.S.A.], Oct 10 (ANI): The United States (US) has expressed concerns about missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi and called on the government of Saudi Arabia to conduct an investigation in the case.
          Why More Dictators Are Killing and Abducting Dissidents Abroad      Cache   Translate Page      

In Sheridan Circle on Washington’s Embassy Row lies a small plaque, little noticed by both tourists and locals, marking the spot where a car bomb killed Chilean diplomat-turned-think-tanker Orlando Letelier along with his American co-worker Ronni Moffitt in 1976. Letelier, since leaving Chile, had become a leading critic of Augusto Pinochet’s regime, and declassified documents later showed that the dictator had directly ordered the killing.

A dictatorship killing one of its citizens on the streets of a foreign capital is a brazen act but is by no means unheard of. Social scientists have traditionally defined a state as the entity that controls the use of physical force for domination within a given territory. But states, particularly those of an authoritarian bent, have frequently sought to project violence against dissidents and defectors far beyond their borders. An effective authoritarian state needs its most prominent critics to know that an ice ax in the back is still a possibility, even if they leave.

While it’s not exactly a new phenomenon, as Letelier and numerous other historical cases prove, the killing or abduction of foreign critics by authoritarian regimes appears to be alarmingly normalized today. Also alarming: Some of the countries where these crimes take place seem uninterested in doing anything to stop them.

Last week, Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist and critic of its ruling royal family living in exile in the United States, visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain a document related to his upcoming wedding. He has not been heard from since then, and Turkish officials reportedly believe he was murdered by a special team sent from Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia’s government has been brutal to dissidents and opponents, and technically speaking Khashoggi entered Saudi territory when he went inside the consulate building, but he had apparently been unconcerned, telling friends before his disappearance that he had been treated well during previous visits to Saudi embassies and consulates. His fiancée says he told her not to worry, since “they would not dare attempt anything within Turkey’s borders.”

Then again, perhaps no one should assume they are safe from a government that more or less took the prime minister of Lebanon hostage for several days last year. Ghanem al-Dosary, a London-based Saudi dissident, told the New York Times that Khashoggi’s disappearance was a message from the regime to its critics “that our hands can reach you wherever you are.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has demanded that the Saudi government prove its claim that Khashoggi walked out of the consulate unharmed. While a reasonable request, this umbrage is somewhat ironic given Turkey’s own pursuit of its critics abroad. Under Erdogan, the Turkish government has launched an aggressive crackdown on supporters of Fethullah Gülen, the influential and controversial cleric it accuses of orchestrating a failed 2016 coup. Thousands of accused Gülenists, including U.S. citizens, have been arrested, and the manhunt has gone global as well. Often, this is a matter of pushing foreign governments to extradite Gülenists back to Turkey, but sometimes the line between arrest and abduction has been blurred. In March, six Gülenists in Kosovo were shipped back to Turkey after being arrested over links to Gülenists schools, but Kosovo’s prime minister said he had not been aware of the operation, and local media dubbed it a “kidnapping.” In July, the government of Mongolia prevented what appeared to be an attempted abduction of a Gülenist school leader. Then there’s Gülen himself: Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly looking into allegations, corroborated by former CIA Director James Woolsey, that Turkish officials had met with former U.S. National Security Adviser and unacknowledged Turkey lobbyist Michael Flynn to discuss a plan to abduct the cleric from his compound in Pennsylvania and deliver him back to Turkey. And that’s not to mention the beating of protesters in Washington by Erdogan’s own bodyguards in 2017.

Of course, the most prominent recent attack by an authoritarian government on an exiled critic was the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in England in March, an attack that Vladimir Putin’s government has only half-heartedly tried to deny. According to a BuzzFeed investigation last year, U.S. authorities believe that as many as 14 people, including billionaire Boris Berezovsky, whose death had been ruled a suicide in 2013, had been killed by Russian secret services in Britain in recent years. Dozens more opponents of the Putin regime have been killed under suspicious circumstances abroad.

China has also been reaching across borders to pursue its critics. Prominent dissidents have been reportedly abducted from Thailand and sent back to China for detention. As for foreign-residing Uighurs—the Muslim minority that Beijing has recently been repressing in a brutal campaign that’s been dubbed a “cultural genocide”—the authorities’ preferred tactic appears to be threatening their families living within China unless they return home.

Last week also saw the bizarre disappearance and resignation of Meng Hongwei, the Chinese official who led Interpol, in what appeared to be a highly unusual move by a state government against the leader of a major international organization, all the more troubling since the exact charges against Meng have not been made public.

Numerous other examples abound. Two women are currently on trial in Malaysia over the killing—likely in cooperation, willing or not, with North Korean operatives—of Kim Jong-nam, brother of the current North Korean leader. The government of Iran stands accused by French authorities of orchestrating the attempted bombing of a meeting of a prominent exile group in Paris.

The response of the governments of countries where these incidents happen has often been muted—and that’s a problem. The British government’s tepid reaction to the 2006 poisoning of former FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko very well could have led Vladimir Putin to conclude there would be little consequence for pulling the same stunt there again.

Often diplomatic considerations are behind these muted reactions. France, for instance, is unlikely to press its case against Iran too hard, given that it’s currently trying to preserve what’s left of the 2015 nuclear deal.

It’s hard to make those sorts of excuses for President Donald Trump, who has spoken approvingly of how leaders like Putin, Xi Jinping, Kim Jong-un, and Erdogan conduct their business. When Putin suggested allowing Russian investigators to question 11 U.S. citizens he views as enemies, including former Ambassador Michael McFaul, in exchange for “cooperation” in the investigation of 2016 election interference, Trump called it an “incredible offer.” Trump was also reportedly reluctant and angry about the expulsion of Russian diplomats in response to the Skripal poisoning.

After days of silence over the alleged abduction and possible murder of Khashoggi, Trump, who often touts his close relationship with the Saudi royal family, finally acknowledged that there were some “pretty bad stories” going around about the journalist and U.S.
resident’s fate and said, “Hopefully that will sort itself out.” The Saudis are probably not too worried about a fierce U.S. response at this point.

But if we’re going to fault Trump’s rhetoric for contributing to the sense of impunity felt by authoritarian governments, we should also acknowledge Barack Obama’s covert drone campaign in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia. This isn’t to draw any moral equivalence between the targeting of members of groups like al-Qaida, the Taliban, and ISIS and the murders and abductions of dissidents and journalists by dictatorships. But the targeted killing of a country’s enemies outside a declared battlefield was once considered exceptional, and the U.S. has helped make it routine.

More disturbing still may be the possibility that state violence is becoming globalized. The human rights community, more often than not, views the world in terms of distinct countries, classifying them as “free” or “unfree.” The much-maligned International Criminal Court is hamstrung by the fact that its jurisdiction is limited to only the countries that accept it.

Once upon a time, it was thought that globalization would undermine authoritarian systems in individual states as economic liberalization and new forms of communications overwhelm their defenses against outside influence. But the influence, of course, ended up going both ways. Today, we live in a world where China’s economic clout influences what classes are taught at U.S. universities and what movies are produced by Hollywood. The same internet that brings Western media into Russia allows the Russian state to influence elections around the world.

Authoritarian states clearly do not feel their authority is limited by state borders. So it’s no surprise they don’t feel their ability to inflict violence is limited either.


          Police Searching For Individual In Connection To University Of Miami Student’s Death      Cache   Translate Page      
Miami-Dade Police are appealing for the public’s help in the murder of a 23-year-old architecture student at the University of Miami who was from Saudi Arabia.
          F-15SA Saudi Arabia Program Support Analyst - SAF/IA - Whitney, Bradley and Brown - Arlington, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Khashoggi disappearance highlights increasing peril for critics of Saudi rulers      Cache   Translate Page      
SAUDI-POLITICS/DISSIDENT-PROTEST

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Saudi Arabia is facing growing international demand for answers about the whereabouts of journalist Jamal Khashoggi; a visit to a Rohingya refugee camp shows how little has improved in a year


          Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search consulate over missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia has agreed to let Turkish authorities search the kingdom's Istanbul consulate after prominent journalist and Riyadh critic Jamal Khashoggi went missing last week, the Turkish foreign ministry said Tuesday.
          Comment on Has Saudi Arabia Finally Gone Too Far? by Monty Ahwazi      Cache   Translate Page      
Without the corrupt dictators controlling their own resources for filling their pockets, Capitalism in the West has a very little chance of surviving!
          Comment on Has Saudi Arabia Finally Gone Too Far? by Monty Ahwazi      Cache   Translate Page      
I don’t think MbS has gone too far in the eyes of this administration in US! That is exactly what this administration wants to bring back just like it was for about 100 years earlier until the US lost interests in dictators around the world in 1990’s! There have been too many dictators supported by the US that it’s hard to keep track of them! Saudi dictators have always been the favorite, then the Shah of Iran, Pinochet and a whole bunch in South America! Let’s make “America Great Again”. It’s so sad!
          Comment on Has Saudi Arabia Finally Gone Too Far? by Ali Hashim      Cache   Translate Page      
Funny that you think that Saudi Arabia has gone too far just because they have killed an activist. ( Which, I agree is deplorable.) What surprises me is that you did not show a similar sentiment when they kill thousands of Yemeni women and children and create a famine and a cholera epidemic there. Should I assume that this is so since the US does not consider these killings and behavior to be bad, or even worse they are complicit in these killings.
          Al Watani Wealth Management Co. launched in Saudi Arabia – Saudi Gazette      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Gazette Al Watani Wealth Management Co. launched in Saudi ArabiaSaudi GazetteAl Watani Wealth Management Company, a subsidiary of NBK Group, has officially launched its operations in the Saudi market, offering investment funds management, discretionary portfolios management, deal arranging, advisory services, and custody …
          10/10/2018: WORLD: Demand for proof of life      Cache   Translate Page      
PRESIDENT Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Riyadh to prove that Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, missing since last week, left its consulate in Istanbul. The disappearance of Khashoggi, previously a prominent newspaper editor in Saudi...
          Re: Emerging Market Bond Funds      Cache   Translate Page      
jhfenton wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:36 pm

I did open a position in VEGBX (Vanguard Emerging Market Bond Admiral Shares), Vanguard's active EM bond fund, when it went live last December.



Despite the fact that emerging market equities have tanked over that period, VEGBX has not. It is actually my best-performing bond fund over that period. (That is not saying much.)



(VEGBX is not connected in any way to VWOB/VGAVX, Vanguard's EM bond index funds. VEGBX is an active mutual fund. It has accumulated about $100 MM in assets.)



[Snip...]


VWOB and VEGBX certainly approach Emerging Markets in different ways, and I think cap-weighted indexing may be problematic when it comes to EM bonds. VWOB is of course a "Government" index, but there are govt.-owned corporations issuing bonds which are also included in it. I suppose VWOB would fall under "USD sovereign" in Nisi's graphic above, contrary to VEGBX. Anyhow, here's a look at their holdings as posted in their respective Vanguard profile pages. Of course there's that elephant in the room - maybe call it a panda:



(Market allocations as of 08/31/2018)


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     VWOB/VGAVX                       VEGBX 

(Vang EM Govt Bond Index) (Vang EM Bond "active")

China 17.40% Mexico 8.30%
Mexico 8.20% Indonesia 8.10%
Brazil 5.70% Argentina 7.50%
Indonesia 5.70% Chile 6.20%
Russia 4.70% Guatemala 3.60%
United Arab Emi 4.60% Ukraine 4.20%
Saudi Arabia 4.20% Colombia 4.10%
Turkey 3.80% Hungary 3.50%
Argentina 3.60% Philippines 3.20%
Qatar 3.50% Russia 3.20%
Colombia 2.40% Brazil 3.10%
Philippines 2.00% Kazakhstan 3.00%
South Africa 1.70% Egypt 2.80%
Chile 1.60% Lithuania 2.50%
Lebanon 1.60% Trinidad & Toba 2.50%
Oman 1.50% India 2.20%
Egypt 1.40% Uruguay 2.10%
India 1.40% Dominican Repub 2.00%
Kazakhstan 1.40% El Salvador 1.90%
Malaysia 1.40% Romania 1.60%
Bahrain 1.20% South Africa 1.60%
Panama 1.20% Ghana 1.50%
Ukraine 1.20% Oman 1.50%
Dominican Repub 1.10% Peru 1.50%
Ecuador 1.10% Turkey 1.50%
Hungary 1.10% United States 1.50%
Peru 1.10% Angola 1.30%
Uruguay 1.00% Honduras 1.30%
Kuwait 0.80% Sri Lanka 1.30%
Poland 0.80% Bermuda 1.10%
Sri Lanka 0.80% Paraguay 1.10%
Croatia 0.70% Mongolia 0.90%
Nigeria 0.70% Senegal 0.90%
Venezuela 0.70% Panama 0.80%
Romania 0.60% United Kingdom 0.80%
Azerbaijan 0.50% Armenia 0.70%
Costa Rica 0.50% Croatia 0.70%
Angola 0.40% Lebanon 0.60%
Ghana 0.40% Saudi Arabia 0.70%
Ivory Coast 0.40% Serbia 0.60%
Jamaica 0.40% Venezuela 0.70%
Morocco 0.40% Qatar 0.50%
Pakistan 0.40% Jordan 0.50%
El Salvador 0.30% Ivory Coast 0.40%
Iraq 0.30% Latvia 0.20%
Kenya 0.30% Costa Rica 0.20%
Mongolia 0.30%
Paraguay 0.30%
Serbia 0.30%
Belarus 0.20%
Bolivia 0.20%
Gabon 0.20%
Guatemala 0.20%
Jordan 0.20%
Senegal 0.20%
Trinidad & Toba 0.20%
United States 0.20%
Vietnam 0.20%
Zambia 0.20%
Armenia 0.10%
Bahamas 0.10%
Bermuda 0.10%
Ethiopia 0.10%
Georgia 0.10%
Honduras 0.10%
Namibia 0.10%
Thailand 0.10%
Tunisia 0.10%

          Turkey says will search consulate where Saudi journalist vanished      Cache   Translate Page      
Turkey said on Tuesday it would search Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished last week, and close ally Britain called on Riyadh to provide "urgent answers" over his disappearance.

          A Journalist's Disappearance: Where Jamal Khashoggi Was Last Seen - New York Times      Cache   Translate Page      

New York Times

A Journalist's Disappearance: Where Jamal Khashoggi Was Last Seen
New York Times
Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist and dissident, remains missing a week after he seemed to disappear inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Mr. Khashoggi's fiancée and friends fear he has been either kidnapped or killed. Turkish ...
Turkey seeks details on Saudi movements in probe of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearanceWashington Post
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          Saudi Arabia Allows Search of Consulate in Istanbul (7:30) / Press TV on YouTube      Cache   Translate Page      
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          How a fake Saudi prince swindled a billionaire Miami developer      Cache   Translate Page      
Turnberry Associates developer Jeffrey Soffer thought he had an offer from the prince of Saudi Arabia to buy the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in 2017 for $140 million more than what it was worth. Negotiations spanned for months, as Soffer allegedly wined and dined the supposed prince and bought him a Cartier bracelet worth $50,000, along with expensive artwork to court his investment, according to Vanity Fair.  In total, he gave the prince $150,000 in gifts. […]
          Search for a missing Saudi journalist continues      Cache   Translate Page      
NBC’s Richard Engel joins MTP Daily to discuss Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi government, who disappeared last week after entering Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.
          Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search consulate over missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
ISTANBUL: Saudi Arabia on Tuesday agreed to let Turkish authorities search its Istanbul consulate as part of the investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a critic of the kingdom's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

There has been fierce speculation over what happened to Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor who wrote for Arab and Western media, after he vanished last Tuesday following a visit to the consulate to obtain official documents.

While Riyadh claimed he had left the consulate after his visit, Turkish police said Khashoggi did not emerge from the building.

Government sources said police believe the journalist was killed inside the consulate, claims which Riyadh dismissed as "baseless".

"Saudi authorities said they were open to cooperation and that a search can be conducted at the consulate building," the Turkish foreign ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said in a statement.

The search will take place as part of the official investigation, which was being conducted "in an intense manner", he said without giving any date.

Turkish police were looking into two private aircraft which landed at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Tuesday at different times carrying 15 people of interest in the case, as well as the possibility that Khashoggi was kidnapped and taken aboard one of the planes, local media reported.

Previously the crown prince told Bloomberg that Riyadh would be ready to welcome Turkish officials to search the premises.

'Share CCTV footage'

Turan Kislakci, a friend of Khashoggi and chief of the Turkish-Arab Media Association, urged the Turkish authorities not to search the consulate.

"We ask the consulate and officials to share the footage of his exit. We don't want the search or inspection of the consulate. We don't have such a demand," he told AFP.

Ankara sought permission Sunday to carry out a search after the foreign ministry summoned the Saudi ambassador for a second time, Turkish television reported.

Riyadh's envoy in Ankara was first called to the ministry on Wednesday.

Khashoggi, a former Saudi government adviser, had been living in self-imposed exile in the United States since last year fearing possible arrest.

He has been critical of some policies of the crown prince and Riyadh's intervention in the war in Yemen.

Mystery team of 15

Police also said a team of 15 Saudis were sent to Istanbul and were in the building at the same time as Khashoggi.

Turkish security officials were working to identify the 15 individuals, English-language state broadcaster TRT World reported, adding that Turkish officials believe the Saudis may have taken the consulate's CCTV footage with them when they returned to Saudi Arabia.

According to pro-government daily Sabah, the team arrived in Istanbul on two private planes, one which landed after 03h00 (0000 GMT) on Tuesday while the second plane landed around 17h00 (1400 GMT) after Khashoggi entered the consulate.

The individuals checked into two hotels close to the consulate, the daily said.

Both planes later returned to Riyadh with one stopping in Dubai and the other in Egypt, Sabah reported, adding the police were looking into the possibility that Khashoggi was kidnapped.

The planes belonged to a company based in Saudi Arabia which has links to the state.

Istanbul police experts were analysing vehicles which entered and left the consulate, some of which were then seen on camera last Tuesday at the consul-general's residence, 200m away, the daily said.

The newspaper also claimed that Turkish employees at the residence were "hastily" told to take a holiday on the day Khashoggi went missing.

'Thorough' investigation

US President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House on Monday that he was "concerned", adding: "I don't like hearing about it. Hopefully that will sort itself out."

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the same day called for "a thorough investigation of Mr Khashoggi's disappearance and to be transparent about the results" of the probe.

UN rights office spokeswoman, Ravina Shamdasani, on Tuesday echoed calls for "a prompt, impartial and independent investigation of the circumstances of Mr Khashoggi's disappearance and to keep the findings public" in comments to journalists in Geneva.

"We are 100% behind the American position. We expect a thorough investigation and total transparency from the Saudi authorities on what happened," European Union's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini told reporters in Lisbon.

Meanwhile, in London, British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt met the Saudi ambassador on Tuesday to "seek urgent answers", according to a post on Twitter. — AFP
          Trump's 'I know nothing' attitude toward missing Saudi journalist sparks concern      Cache   Translate Page      
Press advocates worry that Saudi Arabia will conclude that the U.S. is uninterested in the disappearance of a writer for one of its most famous newspapers.
          10/9/2018: WORLD: ANKARA ASKS TO SEARCH CONSULATE FOR JOURNALIST      Cache   Translate Page      
ANKARA Turkey has demanded Saudi Arabia allow police to search the Istanbul consulate where a prominent Saudi journalist disappeared last week, a Turkish official said Monday. Yasin Aktay, an adviser to the Turkish president, said Saudi Arabia had not...
          Trump says he’ll talk to Saudis about missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he plans to speak with Saudi Arabian officials at some point about the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who went missing a week ago. Trump, speaking at the White House, said he does not know anything about Khashoggi’s disappearance and that he had not yet spoken with […]

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          Saudi's NCB Capital advises finance duo on potential IPOs -sources      Cache   Translate Page      
NCB Capital, the investment banking unit of Saudi Arabia's largest lender, is advising two local finance companies, Amlak International for Real Estate Finance and Nayifat Finance, on possible share listings, sources familiar with the matter said.

          Press Releases: Department Press Briefing - October 9, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Heather Nauert
Spokesperson
Department Press Briefing
Washington, DC
October 9, 2018



Index for Today's Briefing
  • INDONESIA
  • DEPARTMENT
  • SAUDI ARABIA
  • SAUDI ARABIA/TURKEY
  • MIDDLE EAST PEACE
  • ISRAEL
  • IRAQ
  • NORTH KOREA
  • CHINA
  • UNITED NATIONS
  • CHINA
  • AFGHANISTAN

    TRANSCRIPT:

    3:12 p.m. EDT

    MS NAUERT: Hi, everyone. Good afternoon. Nice to see you all. Okay, a couple announcements to start before we’re able to take a few questions today.

    First, I’d like to address the earthquake and tsunami in Central Sulawesi in Indonesia, and I’d like to say that the United States is coordinating closely with the Government of Indonesia to respond to the earthquake and tsunami that struck there. Since I spoke to you last week, the United States, through USAID, is now providing a total of $3.7 million in assistance through our partners to deliver essential relief items, including shelter kits, blankets, hygiene kits, solar-powered lamps, and other lifesaving aid. USAID is also airlifting heavy-duty plastic sheeting to Indonesia to provide for emergency shelter needs of up to 110,500 people. USAID has deployed a team of disaster experts to coordinate our humanitarian response efforts and is supporting a U.S. Forest Service emergency operations expert who’s on the ground providing technical support to the Government of Indonesia’s disaster response.

    The Department of Defense has provided three C-130s and has already transported nearly 30 – 63 metric tons of disaster relief supplies into the affected areas. The U.S. Government has also provided advanced technologies to help the Government of Indonesia map the disaster area.

    In addition, American companies have also mobilized to respond with financial donations, heavy equipment, transportation, and other humanitarian supplies. The U.S. citizens we were aware of in the affected areas have been evacuated. We have no reports of U.S. citizens who have been injured or killed by the earthquake or the tsunami, and we urge any additional U.S. citizens in the affected areas to contact their loved ones directly and update them on their social media status. If you’re in the affected area and need emergency services, please contact the local authorities.

    Next, I want to address something that the Secretary raised last week because nothing has changed. There are still 65 State Department nominees sitting in the United States Senate. That’s over a quarter of all the senior-level confirmable positions that the United States Department of State is tasked with using to achieve its diplomatic outcomes. There is bipartisan agreement that a fully staffed State Department is critical to American national security. The State Department has been criticized for having gaps in leadership positions, but now we’ve done our part to fix that; now the Senate needs to do its part.

    As the Secretary has said, these candidates are quality candidates. They’re not sitting on the Senate floor because of objections with respect to their quality, their professionalism, or their excellence and ability to deliver American foreign policy. The Secretary had addressed this last week, and he said we have members of the Senate for whom partisanship has now driven delay and obstruction of getting America’s diplomatic corps into every corner of the world. What Senator Menendez and other members of the Senate are doing to hold back American diplomacy rests squarely on their shoulders.

    And with that I’d be happy to take your questions. Anne, you want to go ahead?

    QUESTION: I wanted to ask about Jamal Khashoggi.

    MS NAUERT: Mm-hmm.

    QUESTION: Have you received any response from Saudi Arabia since Secretary Pompeo registered concerns regarding his disappearance?

    MS NAUERT: Sure. Let’s start out – first, I’d like to say I imagine that most if not all of you saw the statement that we put out last night. You probably also heard the President’s comments about it yesterday and also the Vice President’s tweet that he put out yesterday.

    From the Secretary on down, we have been engaged in this matter. This is something that we’ve been following. I understand that the President intends to speak with the Saudis, so I’m not going to get ahead of that conversation that the President may be having.

    In the Secretary’s statement, he said that we’ve seen conflicting reports about his status. We’re not going to make any judgments about what had happened to him. The United States is certainly concerned about his whereabouts. Senior officials at the State Department have spoken with Saudi officials through diplomatic channels about the matter. We call on the Government of Saudi Arabia to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation.

    QUESTION: It was nearly a week between his – first reports of his disappearance and that statement from Secretary Pompeo. Why was there such a delay between those two events?

    MS NAUERT: So are you assuming that taking time to put out a statement means that the State Department has not been doing anything? Is that your assumption?

    QUESTION: What was the State Department doing before the statement came out?

    MS NAUERT: The State Department was engaged at the highest levels and also at the working level and having conversations with Saudi Government officials, and I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: And then so what was the reason behind that delay in the statement coming out?

    MS NAUERT: I wouldn’t – I wouldn’t call it a delay. The United States Government, as we handle situations in other countries as well, sometimes we decide to conduct our conversations and to conduct our diplomacy more privately than publicly because we feel that that could have the best outcome, and I’ll leave it at that.

    Okay. Hi, Lesley. Go ahead.

    QUESTION: Hi. Welcome back.

    MS NAUERT: Thank you.

    QUESTION: You must be exhausted, having just arrived.

    MS NAUERT: Kylie is here, I’m here, so we’re doing okay for so far.

    QUESTION: Just arrived last night. Yes.

    MS NAUERT: Yes.

    QUESTION: Has the U.S. seen any evidence that Jamal might be alive?

    MS NAUERT: We don’t know what has happened to him. We don’t have any information on that. That’s why I want to say we don’t want to make any judgments about what happened, and we call for a thorough and transparent investigation.

    QUESTION: You’ve called for a thorough and transparent inspection from the – investigation from the Saudis, but what about the Turks? Have you asked them for their evidence, if they’ve seen --

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have any information on that. I think that would be in the FBI’s lane and local investigators’ lane.

    QUESTION: But you said you – they – that on these diplomatic channels you’ve spoken to the Saudis, but what about the Turks?

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have any information on that. I would imagine that through the course of our conversations with the Turkish Government – we have many conversations with the Turkish Government – that this has certainly come up.

    QUESTION: But that would be – that would be P, yes?

    QUESTION: Did the Secretary --

    MS NAUERT: Just hold on. Hold on.

    QUESTION: On Friday, I saw on the Public Schedule that Mr. Hale had a meeting with the Turkish ambassador here at the State Department.

    MS NAUERT: I was out on Friday, so I don’t recall what was on his private – on his public schedule. I’d have to just double-check on that, okay?

    QUESTION: Okay. So --

    MS NAUERT: I’m not saying it didn’t happen. I’m just not aware of it if it did. I was out on Friday.

    Go ahead.

    QUESTION: Since this happened on Turkish soil, wouldn’t speaking to the Turks and being part of their investigation be absolutely key to --

    MS NAUERT: I did not say that we have not spoken with the Turkish Government. I just don’t have any information on it at this moment. Okay? If I have anything in addition for you, I’ll let you know.

    Hey, Carol.

    QUESTION: Hi. Can I ask a follow-up on Jamal Khashoggi?

    MS NAUERT: Sure.

    QUESTION: So the UK foreign secretary has said that if the reports are correct, “We will treat the incident seriously.” I wanted to ask why can’t – or why has not Secretary Pompeo said that if the reports are true and the Saudis, our allies, turn out to be cold-blooded killers, that there will be repercussions?

    MS NAUERT: I think that would be entirely a hypothetical question, and so if the Brits decide to comment that way, they’re more than welcome to do so. But we’re going to wait until the facts come out, and we call again for a thorough and transparent investigation.

    QUESTION: Will there be repercussions?

    MS NAUERT: Carol, I’m not going to get ahead or assume that anything happened. We’re calling for a thorough and transparent investigation. And again, let me say this one more time: I’ll leave it at that. I don’t have anything more for you on this today.

    QUESTION: Can you just confirm if it was Pompeo?

    QUESTION: Does the Secretary plan to speak himself with his counterpart in Saudi Arabia, and did he raise this question when he spoke with the crown prince last week?

    MS NAUERT: I can confirm --

    QUESTION: There was a readout --

    MS NAUERT: I can confirm that the Secretary has had phone conversations, but I don’t have any of the details. And some of those would just be private diplomatic conversations, which I will not be able to read out. Last time I’ll say this: I don’t have anything more for you on this today. If and when I have more, I will bring it to you. Okay?

    Go right ahead.

    QUESTION: On the Palestinians.

    MS NAUERT: Yes.

    QUESTION: Two quick --

    QUESTION: Is it okay? Can I have one more follow-up on Khashoggi, please?

    MS NAUERT: Sir, I don’t have anything --

    QUESTION: It’s in relation to what you just said.

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have anything more for you on that.

    QUESTION: Let me just --

    MS NAUERT: When I do, I would be happy to give it to you.

    QUESTION: Let me just ask my question, and you decide if you don’t want --

    MS NAUERT: Okay, I’ve not met you before, but go right ahead. Welcome to the State Department. And tell me your publication.

    QUESTION: Fadi Mansour with Al Jazeera. I’ve been covering this place for 10 years now, thank you very much.

    MS NAUERT: Pardon me?

    QUESTION: I’ve been covering this place for 10 years. I don’t come every day because I cover other places.

    MS NAUERT: Okay. Well, it’s nice to meet you. You’re welcome anytime.

    QUESTION: Yes. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to ask questions. So --

    MS NAUERT: Go right ahead. And this will be the last question on this. Go ahead.

    QUESTION: Thank you. So the fact that you called on the Saudis to carry an investigation, is the State Department assuming that Saudi Arabia is responsible for the whereabout of Khashoggi?

    MS NAUERT: We’re not assuming anything. Only because it was their consulate, we’re asking them to conduct an investigation.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    MS NAUERT: Said, go right ahead.

    QUESTION: Yes, very quickly, U.S. envoy Mr. Greenblatt said that the Trump plan, the deal of the century, is heavily focused on Israeli security. Does that mean that you guys are giving up on the two-state solution, or you see the – you don’t see any, like, contradictions between focusing on Israeli --

    MS NAUERT: This is something that we have talked about for a very, very long time. We support that if both parties --

    QUESTION: And this was --

    MS NAUERT: -- if both parties can agree to it.

    QUESTION: Right.

    MS NAUERT: That hasn’t changed.

    QUESTION: But this was only yesterday. I mean, he went out of his way to say that it is focused on Israeli security. What does that mean to you?

    MS NAUERT: I’m not going to parse his words. I’d just refer you back to his comments. But our position has not changed. As the President has laid out, as he did not too long ago at the UN General Assembly, that we support a two-state solution if both sides can agree to that.

    QUESTION: And one quick question on a young American student who has been detained in Israel for the past five days because she supports BDS. Are you – can you share with us if you’ve done anything? Has she contacted the American embassy, or are you in touch with her? Do you know her whereabouts?

    MS NAUERT: We are aware of her case. Our embassy is providing consular access, as we would to all American citizens. We value freedom of expression. You and I have talked about this many times.

    QUESTION: Right. Many times.

    MS NAUERT: Also in cases where people don’t agree with local policies or even the United States policies. Ultimately, it is up to the Government of Israel to decide who it wants to let into the country. I don’t have anything more for you on that.

    QUESTION: But she – this young woman, Lara Alqasem, she has a visa. She was accepted at the Hebrew University. She was going there to study and so on. She – all of the stuff that she should have done was already done. Are you not concerned about that?

    MS NAUERT: Said, it’s ultimately up to the Government of Israel, or any country for that matter, to decide which individuals, which Americans, it wants to let in. Okay?

    Hi.

    QUESTION: Heather, the issue is not that she wasn’t allowed in. It’s that she’s being detained.

    MS NAUERT: Excuse me. Or being detained. I don’t have any information beyond that. Okay?

    Laurie, go right ahead.

    QUESTION: Hi. Nadia Murad, the Yezidi woman who was captured by ISIS and help captive, just won the Nobel Peace Prize, as probably everyone knows, and she spoke yesterday. And she did note one positive point, the start of de-mining in Yezidi areas, which I assume is related to Secretary Pompeo’s announcement in July at the Religious Freedom conference of extra money for de-mining in the northern Iraq religious minority areas. So they’re very happy with that, but overall it was a grim picture, and among her complaints was no justice for Yezidis. And you and others, including the UN, have recognized ISIS’s assault on the Yezidis as genocide, but the Iraqi Government hasn’t. Are you prepared to put any pressure on them to do so?

    MS NAUERT: I’m not familiar with her remarks. Of course, I’m familiar with who she is. She was one of the guests at our religious freedom ministerial that was held over the summer, and we were so proud to have hosted her here. My understanding is that the Vice President is meeting with her – I believe it’s today. The Secretary and I had a brief exchange about her becoming one of the co-winners of the Nobel Peace Prize, and we’re really proud of her. She’s a very heroic woman, who’s done so much to advance the cause of not just religious freedom but also freedom for women, especially freedom from sexual crimes.

    I don’t have her comments. I don’t have those remarks, so I’m just not going to comment on it beyond that.

    QUESTION: How about her call for an international criminal trial for those members of ISIS who have committed these crimes against Yezidis?

    MS NAUERT: I’m afraid I just don’t have anything for you on that today. Okay?

    QUESTION: South Asia?

    MS NAUERT: Okay, hi.

    QUESTION: Heather?

    MS NAUERT: How are you?

    QUESTION: Thank you. Welcome from (inaudible).

    MS NAUERT: Thank you.

    QUESTION: Okay, on North Korea, this trip – has Kim Jong-un submitted a list of nuclear facilities, or you got anything from him for evidence of nuclear list?

    MS NAUERT: We sure did. We made a lot of progress. As you know, we just got back last night from three – four countries in I think it was three days. So it was a very busy time. The Secretary and Chairman Kim discussed the four pillars of the Singapore summit. That was something that was important for them to do. They spent considerable time together. The Secretary and the President, of course, have referenced that since – the Secretary just over at the White House, speaking about this.

    Among the things they also discussed was an upcoming second summit that would be attended by our President and also Chairman Kim, and we look forward to working on all of the details of that. They also agreed to instruct their respective working level groups, led by Steve Biegun, our special representative, and also his counterpart who was named in North Korea, to start intensifying discussions on some of those four pillars that were laid out in the Singapore summit.

    As you know, Chairman Kim had invited inspectors to visit the Punggye-ri nuclear test site to confirm that it’s been irreversibly dismantled. We were pleased with that. And President Trump looks forward to continuing to build upon the trust that was first established at the Singapore summit.

    So we view it as making a lot of progress. We’re pleased with that.

    QUESTION: But North Korea has already destroyed Punggye-ri nuclear site and Tongchang-ri missile site. They --

    MS NAUERT: I think we can say this: We can affirmatively say that they invited a group of journalists out to watch something take place. Inspectors have not been there yet. So inviting inspectors to join, to take a look, and do their work is entirely different from what we’ve seen already.

    QUESTION: Is that happen for denuclearizations?

    MS NAUERT: I’m sorry?

    QUESTION: Is this have for the denuclearizations, for what you – U.S. exactly needed to, but -

    MS NAUERT: That would be a positive step forward, and Chairman Kim agreed to that, to have inspectors at that site.

    QUESTION: Follow up on --

    MS NAUERT: Okay. Go ahead. Let’s just – hold on, I’ll come back to you. Hi.

    QUESTION: So you’ve made progress on a Trump-Kim summit. Do you have any idea of, like, the timing on that? Like, will it be before the end of the year or sometime afterwards?

    MS NAUERT: Well, as the President has said – and I’m not going to get ahead of the President, of course, but the President has said he looks forward to seeing Chairman Kim soon. As you all remember, when we were planning for the Singapore summit, that takes time. There are a lot of details that are involved in pulling together a summit of that magnitude. We need to find a place that both countries can get to. We have to compare schedules – Chairman Kim’s schedule, the President’s schedule, the Secretary’s schedule, probably National Security Advisor Bolton’s schedule – a lot of schedules. We also have to identify a place that has the infrastructure that is needed to accommodate 5,000 journalists. I believe there are 5,000 that were accredited last time.

    So there are a lot of things that come into play here, and so we are hard at work at that. I know Steve Biegun looks forward to having follow-on conversations with his counterpart about some of those details that go into the summit. And as soon as we have something for you, we’ll let you know. Okay.

    QUESTION: So would you say that the – what you’re waiting for to announce even a time or a location for that, is it all just logistical, then?

    MS NAUERT: Well, Michelle, as I just said, and I’ll repeat it again: A lot goes into this. We start with --

    QUESTION: I heard that. Yeah. You don’t have to repeat it.

    MS NAUERT: We start with comparing schedules.

    QUESTION: You don’t have to repeat it.

    MS NAUERT: Okay.

    QUESTION: I’m trying to save you some time. So are you saying that it’s all logistical before you announce a date and time, or are you waiting for North Korea to do something?

    MS NAUERT: We are looking forward to having our second summit. The President is looking forward to doing that. The timing of that will ultimately be announced by the White House. It’ll be a White House led meeting. And when we’re ready to announce that, we will.

    QUESTION: But the question is --

    MS NAUERT: Yeah.

    QUESTION: -- since you listed all the logistics involved, are you simply waiting for logistics, or are you waiting for North Korea to do something related to denuclearization?

    MS NAUERT: We have not said anything about waiting for North Korea to do anything more -

    QUESTION: Okay.

    MS NAUERT: -- in order to have that summit. Okay. Nick.

    QUESTION: And when you say a lot of progress, since Punggye-ri is by many accounts an aging facility that’s already been destroyed, by allowing inspectors to come there and see this, which is not necessarily key to North Korea’s current and future nuclear program, why would you characterize that as a lot of progress?

    MS NAUERT: Michelle, I think that’s a very good step. I’ll go back and say it one more time. What you have seen were a bunch of journalists brought out to that site and you saw some sort of an explosion. Sending in inspectors to take a look around is an entirely different step and a step in the right direction, and we think that that’s progress, along with the other things that were addressed in the meeting.

    Nick, go ahead.

    QUESTION: Just as a follow-up to that, I think one of the big questions is what exactly the administration, Secretary Pompeo, President Trump, actually want to achieve from this summit. What’s the main – the headline goal for --

    MS NAUERT: I’m not going to get ahead of the President. The Secretary firmly believes – and I know that this is much to your dismay, to reporters’ dismay – that our negotiations are best handled in public, so I’m not going to get – negotiate it here with all of you from the podium, and I’ll let our experts do the negotiating and do their work and not get ahead of that.

    QUESTION: Heather --

    MS NAUERT: Hi.

    QUESTION: Follow-on on that. The first summit was about general commitments, complete denuclearization by Chairman Kim. Do you expect from the next summit to achieve broader agreement with the ways and --

    MS NAUERT: I’m not going to get ahead of what is being discussed at that summit, okay.

    QUESTION: Not what is being discussed, but what you expect.

    MS NAUERT: My job is not – my job is not to lay out what our policy will be.

    QUESTION: Because we see your goal; we don’t see your method. So --

    MS NAUERT: And – okay, so that’s a fair point. You see our goal, but you don’t see our method. That is something --

    QUESTION: Do you want to do it – work in progress, step by step, or do you want to have a deal --

    MS NAUERT: That is something that we will discuss --

    QUESTION: -- with everything inside?

    MS NAUERT: We will discuss that with the North Koreans and not the broader public, not the media, because we believe that negotiations – some of these complicated negotiations – are best handled between our country and theirs. And our objective is to get to the fully, final, verified denuclearization of North Korea. We are working hard toward that goal. We think we’ve made progress and we’ll continue working toward that goal.

    QUESTION: Ambassador Haley --

    MS NAUERT: Hi. Go ahead. Hi.

    QUESTION: India.

    QUESTION: Welcome back.

    MS NAUERT: Thank you.

    QUESTION: So Secretary Pompeo did not meet with the Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday. Could you please shed some light on what happened? And what is – what was the reason given – provided by Chinese Government? Because it’s a understanding that arrangements were being made for this meeting to happen.

    MS NAUERT: We never announced any specific meetings ahead of our trip to China. Is it not every time that the Secretary would go to any given country that he would be meeting with the president of that country. Sometimes he does; sometimes he doesn’t. And so that was just a reflection of this trip, but I know the Secretary had good, constructive meetings with his Chinese counterparts that he met with yesterday.

    QUESTION: Ambassador Haley --

    QUESTION: Has the U.S. asked to such meeting to happen? Has the United States asked China – ask Chinese Government to arrange a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping?

    MS NAUERT: Not to my knowledge. Anything going forward, we’ll let you know when we have that planned.

    QUESTION: Would you characterize U.S.-China relationship as a strategic competitor?

    MS NAUERT: Well, look, they’re certainly a competitor. It’s a complex and broad-based relationship that we have with China, as you all saw in the comments and exchanges between the Secretary and his counterparts. We have areas of common interest. North Korea is one of them. Working to combat illegal narcotics is another area where we work well together. We also have areas of disagreement and areas where we have challenges, and we’ll keep working together on that. It’s obviously an important relationship that we need to work hard to maintain. Okay.

    QUESTION: Ambassador Haley --

    MS NAUERT: Yeah. Yes, go ahead.

    QUESTION: Ambassador – very quickly. Was the Secretary surprised that Ambassador Haley resigned? Does he have any comment? Could you share with us what was his reaction?

    MS NAUERT: Well, I think the Secretary addressed that from the White House today, in which he talked about what a great partner Ambassador Haley has been. The Secretary and Ambassador Haley have worked very well together since the beginning of this administration, but I would say more closely once he became Secretary of State. At the working level, from my level, her team and Ambassador Haley have been wonderful to work with. Sorry to see her depart. This happens, of course, in administrations. The Secretary, I think, is sorry to see her depart as well.

    I’m not going to get into who knew what when and all of that. What is ultimately important is that the President knew about her decision well in advance. They had those conversations. I’m not privy to those conversations, so I’d have to refer you to the White House for that. We’re sorry to see her go and thank her for all her incredible service that she’s done on behalf of the U.S. Government and on taxpayers at the United Nations.

    QUESTION: May I just follow up?

    MS NAUERT: Okay. Okay.

    QUESTION: A follow-up?

    MS NAUERT: Last question. I’m going to have to go.

    QUESTION: So we saw the exchange of rhetorics when Secretary Pompeo was in China. Would you say those tensions now between United States and China would spill over to your cooperation on North Korea at this very critical time?

    MS NAUERT: We don’t think so, because China again and again has said to us, publicly and privately, that they are committed to the denuclearization of North Korea. They understand that; they recognize that. They recognize the importance of that matter. We don’t think they’re backing away. What we do say, though, is that countries including China and Russia can always do more. They can do more, but they are also one of the countries that had voted for UN Security Council resolutions, and so we expect those to uphold those.

    I’ll do one last question. Nazira, hi.

    QUESTION: Welcome back.

    MS NAUERT: Were you at the White House earlier today?

    QUESTION: Yes.

    MS NAUERT: Did I see you?

    QUESTION: Yeah.

    MS NAUERT: I thought I saw your yellow over there.

    QUESTION: Yeah.

    MS NAUERT: She gets around.

    QUESTION: Okay. Thank you.

    MS NAUERT: Thank you.

    QUESTION: Heather, I have two question, one question regarding Afghan delegation. Dr. Abdullah was here. What is their – do you think that they have any achievement? Do they meet any high officials, U.S. authority?

    MS NAUERT: I’m afraid I don’t have any information if – as to whether or not Dr. Abdullah was here at the State Department or here in Washington. I can look --

    QUESTION: He was in New York. I’m asking about General Assemblies at the – New York.

    MS NAUERT: Oh, he was in – oh, at the General Assembly.

    QUESTION: Did he have any meeting with the Secretary of State or either President Trump?

    MS NAUERT: I don’t recall that. It seems like that was a year ago even though that was only two weeks ago, so I’m so sorry. My apologies.

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

    MS NAUERT: I will have to check – double-check to see if he had any meetings with U.S. officials.

    QUESTION: Two weeks ago.

    MS NAUERT: Okay. I’ll check on that for you.

    QUESTION: Yeah. The next question, Ambassador Khalilzad.

    MS NAUERT: Yes.

    QUESTION: He is in Afghanistan and he traveled to Pakistan. Do you think that useful for Afghanistan, Khalilzad mission?

    MS NAUERT: I think it’s extremely helpful to have Ambassador Khalilzad out on travel. This is part of our team on the field, having our people do what they do best, and that is going out and conducting American diplomacy around the world. He is leading an interagency delegation to Afghanistan, to Pakistan, to the UAE, to Qatar, and also to Saudi Arabia. It’s a fairly lengthy trip. His mission there is to coordinate our U.S. efforts to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table. This is still Afghan-led, Afghan-owned. Our policy has not changed in any way. But we’re proud and pleased to have him out there advocating on this behalf and we’ll be working in close coordination with the Afghan Government.

    I’ve got to go, guys. We’ll see you again real soon. Thanks.

    (The briefing was concluded at 3:37 p.m.)


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Where in the world is Jamal Khashoggi? The Washington Post columnist and gadfly to the Saudi royal family disappeared a week ago after entering the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul to settle some paperwork. Turkey has demanded answers about what happened to the exile in the building, and the government has summoned the Saudi ambassador twice to get them.

The Saudis insist that Khashoggi left the consulate alive, and today they agreed to allow Turkish authorities to search the consulate — a rare concession of diplomatic sovereignty:

Saudi Arabia has agreed to let Turkish authorities search the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate after prominent journalist and Riyadh critic Jamal Khashoggi went missing last week, the Turkish foreign ministry said Tuesday.

“Saudi authorities said they were open to cooperation and that a search can be conducted at the consulate building,” the ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said in a statement.

Aksoy added the search will take place as part of the official investigation, which was being conducted “in an intense manner”, though he did not say when.

Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor who had been published in the Arab and Western media, vanished last Tuesday after visiting the consulate to obtain official documents.

The agreement came after Turkey’s strongman leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded that the Saudis prove that Khashoggi left the consulate alive. The Washington Post reports that a new theory has emerged with Turkish authorities — that the Saudis used diplomatic security to bring in a hit squad to kill Khashoggi after luring him to the consulate:

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded Monday that Saudi Arabia prove that journalist Jamal Khashoggi left the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on his own, as Saudi officials have repeatedly asserted, after he disappeared last week while inside the mission.

Erdogan’s comments were his most direct suggestion yet of potential Saudi culpability in Khashoggi’s disappearance. But other Turkish officials have said they believe that Khashoggi was killed by Saudi agents inside the consulate. …

Turkish officials have said they believe Khashoggi, 59, a critic of the Saudi leadership and a contributor to The Washington Post’s Global Opinions section, was killed by a team of 15 Saudis flown in specifically to carry out the attack. Saudi authorities have called the allegation “baseless.”

If so, the plot sounds like something right out of Goodfellas:

A report Monday in the daily newspaper Sabah said investigators were also focused on a convoy of diplomatic vehicles that departed from the consulate on the day Khashoggi vanished. A U.S. official said that Turkish investigators believe Khashoggi was probably dismembered and his body removed in boxes and flown out of the country.

The US has begun its own diplomatic throat-clearing on Khashoggi. Donald Trump commented on the disappearance in his press conference yesterday, saying “I do nor like it” and expressing hope that the issue will “sort itself out.” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pushed the Saudis a little harder to sort it out themselves, calling for “a thorough investigation of Mr. Khashoggi’s disappearance and to be transparent about the results of that investigation.”

Senate Foreign Relations Committee member Lindsey Graham issued a similar and bipartisan warning to the Saudis on Twitter yesterday:

For the moment, the Saudis are insisting that they had nothing to do with Khashoggi’s fate, whatever it might be. Their ambassador to the US insists that he personally had a friendly relationship with Khashoggi and remained in contact whenever both of them were in Washington. That doesn’t negate the fact that Khashoggi disappeared at or about the time he was supposed to be inside the consulate, and those circumstances don’t leave a lot of room for other suspects. The Turks would have little incentive to bump off a critic of the Sauds, although they would have every incentive to make the Sauds the villains. It could have been a random murder — but if that was the case, where’s the body? Assuming, of course, that Khashoggi is actually deceased rather than having been spirited back to Riyadh.

The next step will be the search, which is almost certain to produce nothing. If there was evidence of a crime there, it will have been cleaned up days ago. If the Sauds conducted a hit on Khashoggi, they’ll have to hope that no one talks and their allies eventually forget about it. But if they did bring in a hit squad to conduct a murder, the members of that team had better get their affairs in order tout suite. The Sauds won’t want any potential loose ends.

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          US steps up pressure on Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi disappearance      Cache   Translate Page      

Will the Turkish allegations of murder be a turning point in relations between the allies?

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          Why is the Trump administration quiet on Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murder?      Cache   Translate Page      

Journalist Jamal Khashoggi is believed by some to have been tortured, murdered, and dismembered inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey. Others think he was kidnapped by Saudi officials and is still alive.

This image appears to show him entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last week, when he was last seen by his fiancé or anyone else who's talking.

Other than a “I heard a report” from Donald, a “we're monitoring the situation closely” from James Mattis, and similar mumblings from others here and there, why is this tough-on-mideast-bad-guys administration so hushed on the apparent execution of the Saudi reporter who contributed to U.S. news organizations?

On MSBNC, Richard Engel says Istanbul security officials have two theories: One, they grabbed him and killed him inside the embassy. The other theory is that Khashoggi was the subject of an attempted rendition to Saudi Arabia, and he died in the process.

Here's the short version of why Trump and his version of the U.S. government isn't going to do anything about it.

MBS, the Sunni prince of Saudi Arabia, has powerful allies in the Trump administration like the president himself, and Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner, none of whom are likely to want to piss off their ally for personal financial reasons.

“If they can't find a body, it'll be difficult to make Saudi Arabia pay a price,” says Richard Engel in this two-way with Chuck Todd on Meet The Press. Read the rest


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Компания Saudi Arabian Airlines не пустила мужчину на борт самолета в аэропорту Джакарты из-за того, что он был одет в шорты. Предприниматель Йордан Бишоп рассказал, что когда он подошел к выходу на посадку, сотрудник авиакомпании окинул его недоверчивым взглядом, а затем заявил, что он не может пройти на борт.
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          With MBS On The Ropes–Is Saudi Arabia The Next Failed State?      Cache   Translate Page      
Reports are growing that Muhammad bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s hyperactive crown prince, is losing his grip. His economic reform program has stalled since his father, King Salman, nixed plans to privatize 5 percent of Saudi Aramco. The Saudi war in Yemen, which the prince launched in March 2015, is more of a quagmire than ever […]
          Being killed for their work is growing risk for journalists      Cache   Translate Page      

NEW YORK – Journalists are familiar with the risks of reporting from war-torn lands, but the recent death or disappearance of three people in Turkey, Bulgaria and Mexico illustrates the growing dangers to reporters targeted for practicing their craft.

Authorities in Turkey are searching for Jamal Khashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post who has been missing since walking into the Saudi Arabian consulate last week in Istanbul. There are concerns that Khashoggi, who has written critically of the Saudi regime, may have been killed there.

Elsewhere, Bulgarian national radio reported an arrest Tuesday in the death of television reporter Viktoria Marinova, host of a show that reported on the alleged misuse of European Union funds by a Bulgarian building company.

And in Mexico this past week, journalist and activist Sergio Martinez Gonzalez was shot and killed by two people on a motorcycle as he ate breakfast with his wife at a cafe.

The Committee to Protect Journalists reports that 43 journalists have been killed in the line of their work so far in 2018. Last year, there were 46 deaths for all of 2017. The numbers aren’t that unusual and, in fact, have been higher: 73 in 2015 and 2013, 74 in 2012, the committee said.

What’s different is the way they are losing their lives. At least 27 journalists have been individually slain so far this year, compared with eight losing their lives in the crossfire of violent conflicts, CPJ said. Of all the journalists killed since 1992, 848 were individually killed and 1,322 were lost in crossfire, CPJ said.

“Conflict deaths are one thing, targeted assassinations another,” said Bruce Shapiro, executive director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University.

Similarly alarming is the spread of slayings into Europe, as opposed to countries like Mexico, where drug violence has made journalism risky for years, said Robert Mahoney, CPJ deputy executive director.

Besides Marinova’s death in Bulgaria, Jan Kuciak was found shot to death in Slovakia after investigating tax fraud among people close to the ruling party. In Malta, investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed after reporting frequently on government corruption for her blog.

“There are crooks everywhere you look now,” she wrote right before her death. “The situation is desperate.”

The killing of five staff members at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, by a gunman in June brought the threat home to the United States. Meanwhile, the United Nations has been involved in seeking the release from prison in Myanmar of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, Reuters reporters who had been investigating the killing of 10 Rohinga Muslim men and boys.

“It’s safe to say there is a pervasive worldwide threat directed to journalists and a perceived immunity for attacks,” Shapiro said. “And I think that’s very dangerous.”

The European cases appear to speak to the power of oligarchs involved in shady activities who act across borders without consequences, he said.

While careful not to place blame on President Donald Trump, experts say his attacks on the press as the “enemy of the people” have a corrosive effect that is noticed around the world. Journalists who may not have felt physical danger often find themselves the targets of threats and harassment online.

“We are conditioned to expect the United States to speak up for press freedom around the world and to defend it, not to belittle the press,” Mahoney said.

Journalism organizations have recognized the threat and have taken steps to protect reporters, the experts said.

“If there is an upside to this, I think that people who stand for democratic values are beginning to understand that scapegoating journalists and scapegoating the media is a step toward authoritarianism,” Shapiro said.


          Breakingviews TV: Just desert?      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s nearly a year since Saudi Arabia’s crown prince hosted a big conference and talked of liberalizing investment in the kingdom and its society. Rounding up royals and, recently, the disappearance of a prominent journalist undermine the case for showing support this year, as Rob Cox explains.

          Bulgaria and Saudi Arabia Sign Memorandum on Joint Bulgarian-Saudi State-owned Company      Cache   Translate Page      
Riyadh. Bulgaria and Saudi Arabia have signed a memorandum on drawing up a business plan and concrete measures in the next six months for establishing a joint Bulgarian-Saudi state-owned company, said the press office of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry. One of the specific projects will be the construction of a fodder factory near the town of Shumen....
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Turkish officials believe Jamal Kashoggi, a vocal critic of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, was either kidnapped from the Saudi consulate or killed while inside
          U.S. mainstream media ignores key elements of Saudi Arabia’s likely murder of Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
The disappearance and probable murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi is the biggest Mideast development in a long time, and once again the U.S. mainstream media is ignoring or downplaying key elements of the story.
          'If they don't have the barrels, they don't have the barrels': Oil could soar to $100 as Trump shuts Iran out of the market      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • The State Department has ordered buyers to cut oil imports from Iran by November 4.
  • Against a backdrop of falling output from other key OPEC countries, analysts say barrels could hit $100.
  • Watch oil trade in real time here.

Less than a month before another round of US sanctions against Iran take effect, analysts say hundred-dollar oil could be on the horizon. 

The Trump administration has called on buyers to cut off oil imports from Iran in efforts to pressure the third-largest OPEC producer to change its behavior, a move that could squeeze global supply and pressure prices that are already at four-year highs. Brent, the international benchmark, is currently trading at around $85 a barrel. 

"Higher oil prices seem inevitable and, in our view, $100 per barrel is easily within reach," economists from the Bank of America Merrill Lynch wrote in a recent research note, citing a looming dropoff in Iranian production.

Iran's crude exports have fallen more than expected ahead of the sanctions, even as the Islamic Republic offers Asian customers the cheapest prices in more than a decade versus Saudi grade. According to tanker data compiled by Bloomberg, shipments dropped by just over a quarter million barrels per day in September to the lowest level since 2016. 

In hopes of preventing Tehran from moving forward with its nuclear program, European officials have been working to protect Iranian oil sales from US sanctions. But the Trump administration has portrayed those efforts as implausible, threatening to penalize companies that try to circumvent its policy. 

"The European Union is strong on rhetoric and weak on follow-through," John Bolton, the national security adviser, said in a conference speech last month. "We do not intend to allow our sanctions to be evaded by Europe or anybody else."

President Donald Trump has looked to other oil producers to pick up the slack ahead of midterm elections, but output disruptions in key OPEC countries present limits. Helima Croft, a former CIA analyst who is now head of commodities research at RBC, said plummeting production in Venezuela and Angola leaves little room to balance other supply risks in Libya, Nigeria and Iraq. 

"The countries that can increase are very small in number," she said, adding that there are questions about how long Russia can keep raising output. "It's really only Saudi Arabia at this point." 

Following requests from the White House, Riyadh said earlier this year it could increase output by a "measurable amount." While Saudi Arabia accounts for the lion's share of OPEC production, some analysts are skeptical it has enough spare capacity to fill the gap while maintaining adequate reserves. 

Trump has repeatedly taken aim at OPEC for rising energy prices, even after it came to a rare agreement to ease production restrictions in June. The 15-member group has been coordinating output levels since 2016 in efforts to tackle a global oil glut.

"We protect the countries of the Middle East, they would not be safe for very long without us, and yet they continue to push for higher and higher oil prices!" the president said in a recent tweet. "We will remember. The OPEC monopoly must get prices down now!"

That strategy may have encouraged member countries to increase production in the past, Croft said, but will likely become less effective as the global oil cushion shrinks. Output from the 12 countries bound by the supply-cutting agreement actually fell by 70,000 barrels per day in September, a Reuters survey found. 

"With Trump and these tweets, I think there are diminishing returns," she said. "In terms of going forward, we're looking at an ever-shrinking pool of OPEC barrels. You can yell at them. But if they don't have the barrels, they don't have the barrels."

While the administration has said it may grant sanction waivers to avoid supply shocks, a tactic used in the Obama era, it has still maintained an objective of sending Iranian oil exports to zero. The White House did not respond to an email requesting comment.

At $100 a barrel, the Bank of America economists said oil costs would dampen consumer demand not only for gasoline but also for other goods and services. That level of energy prices is expected to shave two basis points from global growth in 2019. 

"This is not a major impact, but it isn’t trivial either," they said. "Moreover, with oil supplies so tight any further disruption could mean a major spike in oil prices, creating more nonlinear impacts on confidence and growth."

On Monday, the International Monetary Fund lowered its global economic growth forecast for this year and next. The international lender cited in its report "rising trade barriers and a reversal of capital flows to emerging market economies with weaker fundamentals, and higher political risk."

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          UN Envoy Nikki Haley in Shock Resignation      Cache   Translate Page      
Nikki Haley dismisses speculation that she will challenge Donald Trump for the White House in 2020. Also: UK challenges Saudi Arabia over missing writer and the XPRIZE foundation is to map the deep seabed off Greece using robots.
          "Paradise Discovered, At Last" PART 3 in Saudi Arabia      Cache   Translate Page      
This is my Gulf’s Part 3 re my first ever trip to saucy Saudi Arabia in December 1979.

(If you enjoy reading these stories then check out my autobiographic book via http://www.lulu.com and type in my pename of Jon Kwame Abbott, or use the book's title (PDAL) but in full kindly.)

(If any of you readers would like more of this plz check out the USA site http://www.lulu.com and type in Jon Kwame Abbott’s book named as per this item’s title, ie PDAL but in full)
YBA Kanoo put me into the local hotel (so good prospects there, eh?), and under the care of a very nice Brit guy called Bob. The first thing he did was to offer me half his monthly purchase of the locally produced ‘hooche’ from sugar, which was called ‘saddique’, or ‘friend’, in Arabic, I was told. One needed to dilute each pure half gallon with 100% distilled water and hey presto, one had a full gallon of damned good Vodka-like booze, which went very well with a Bitter Lemon soft drink and a slice of lemon.
A. It took me a short while to discover how the local gay scene operated there and very obvious it was too, once one had learnt the ropes. It transpired that the whole length of the seafront in Al Khobar (about 10/12 miles up from Damman) was the main hunting area. As an Expat, though about mid-40s then even, I needed to either walk up and down or even to just sit down and wait to be approached, in the best of styles of course. Being totally sold on BLACK GUYS ONLY for years already, I was a bit fussy but it would not be long before someone to my liking would appear. Sometimes we drove off in separate cars or I would jump into theirs. One memorable evening I followed two black locals to a house not too far away, followed also by a third Saudi guy in his car. At our destination the other driver was told to get lost by my new randy hosts and we first three went into that empty residence for some sex, one after the other with me as their main dish, and all on the ruddy staircase, would you believe? They then dropped me back at the seafront where I collected my car and I went home very happy.
B (a). One Friday morning (which was their Sunday no-work day, right?), I was driving towards the beach just past Al Khobar, but still in Damman, when I was waved down vigorously by a very black guy on the opposite side of the main road. I drove round to talk with him and it turned out he was a Kenyan aged about 25/26, and soon we were inside his compound where I saw three other Kenyans too. It was going to be good, I thought to myself, but not even I was prepared for what happened in the next 30 odd minutes. To set the ball rolling, the nice first guy led me into an empty but very dusty room off the main interior area, which had a dirty mattress on the floor and little other furniture. We both undressed ourselves and he then proceeded to fuck the hell out me in various positions. He must not have had any sex for ages because he was ravenous and crazy with desire for someone to satisfy himself with, and I was that lucky guy that Friday morning.
(b) As he was leaving he asked me if I wanted his friend to visit me there too (in English of course) and when I nodded a yes, one of his black colleague soon appeared at the door and came into the room. I had remained naked, but coyly hiding my hard-on, and this new guy soon got himself fully undressed too. His style and needs were quite different from the first guy’s because this guy wanted to stand behind me and rub his hard cock up and down my rear like that for a good 5 minutes, all the while simpering loudly and rubbing my cock and balls all the while. Later, he gently got me to bend over in a half standing position, when he changed his quietness a bit and he aggressively stuck his biggish, hard black cock right up my willing rear, soon downloading himself for all he was worth.
(c). As there were no further willing partners wanting a fuck, I dressed up and drove off towards the main road. But I had to turn right and then double back for the beach and just then I saw the first guy waving madly for me to come back. I did as asked and soon I was asked to go back to the room as a third friend had just arrived and he wanted a fuck with me also. How lucky was I to be, I thought? We went into the room for my third fuck on that memorable Friday morning, and it was as different in style and technique as my first two had been. But I was not about to complain, was I??
C. At the beach eventually I was minding my own business (dressed in my swimming pants etc) when, after say 25 minutes maximum, an American sports car rolled up in a cloud of dust and a short black guy, dressed in full local garb, jumped out near to my car. He introduced himself and soon his mates arrived in another car too. Within minutes I agreed to follow them so we could have some sex together and our three cars shot off towards a quiet desert area nearby that they seemed to know. You see, in the Gulf I was discovering there was no messing around being coy and/or beating about the bush; one just went for what one wanted, just as simply as that. I managed to tell the first black guy that I ONLY wanted to play with the two other black guys in the group, and he said ‘no problem’, and that those other two were actually full brothers in fact. (Plz see the attached ‘butch’ photo on my Profile where you can see the three of five wonderful guys I had great sex with that wonderful morning near Al Khobar.) At the chosen quiet area at last, with planes landing overhead at the main local Dharhan airport, a blanket was laid on the sand and the four other guys walked away over the sand dune. I had a quickie with the first short black one. After he’d got his rocks off he went to join the others still out of sight, calling the first of the two brothers to have his turn. Then, after he’d had a good fuck, I had the second brother. We then all jumped into our respective cars and returned in convoy back to the beach. There I took the details of the first black guy and he took my contact telephone number too, as I told him I may be returning to that area in the new year. And that happened too, but on that business trip I was in a YBA Kanoo villa in Damman, but all alone to boot, thank the good Lord.
          'Paradise Discovered, At Last' PART 2 in Bahrain      Cache   Translate Page      
This is my Part 2 stories in Bahrain, dated 26 August 08.

(If you enjoy reading these stories then check out my autobiographic book via http://www.lulu.com and type in my pename of Jon Kwame Abbott, or use the book's title (PDAL) but in full kindly.)

In October ’79 I was sent to Bahrain from Dubai to do a fresh sales campaign in there, also under the supposed care of YBA Kanoo, their Gulf HO in fact. There I was unhappily housed in their bloody singles’ Expat’s residence with three other (straight) Brit pricks and situated not far from The British Club.
A. Feeling my way around town on my first free weekend, I picked up a Saudi guy, aged about 22/24 perhaps, and who was close to becoming a fighter pilot, he said. He was dressed in full gulf Arab rig and very statuesque and handsome he looked too. He took me back to his hotel where I met a younger (say aged 17/18) cousin of his sitting in his room. Soon, the first guy had intimated to me that he’d like to fuck me there and then and so I dropped my trousers and bent over for him. He took out his already biggish, almost black member and started his assignment. While bending over I moved to grab the younger guy, sitting opposite and not 3 or 4 feet away, but he didn’t wish to share his already hard cock in his pants with me, unfortunately. Suddenly, there was a knock on the door, and in panic stations the pilot and I both quickly adjusted our clothing and he said in Arabic to come in, I guess. A new guy entered and they spoke for a few minutes. After that guy had left the room, the pilot officer guy got up and made for me to lower my pants again so he could finish what he’d started a while back. I obliged and he completed a not unpleasant fuck, with me still in a semi bent-over stance. After we’d dressed he asked me to follow him and we went into a room down the corridor. In that room there were about 4 or 5 other youngish Saudis who, I guess, all got a word-by-word story of our recent sexual endeavours just ended. They spoke excitedly together in Arabic and soon the pilot officer said to me that one of the guys present wanted a fuck me too. Always one for a new adventure I agreed and I was motioned to drop my pants and lean up across the side of the bed, my knees on the floor. The new eager guy dropped himself to a squatting position behind me, having already brought out his hard cock, I guess, and over the next 2 to 3 minutes he had a good fuck. All the other guys in the room became quite giggly and very excited at this bold, middle-aged whiteman (Oyibo in Yorouba and Blofonio in Ga languages) allowing himself to get fucked in semi-public. But outside the Gulf region one would be paying very good money for such services, so after him I had two other guys service me too and all went off very, very well all round, I felt. One of the polite guys came to the front door of the hotel to politely see me off, saying as I left that I should return tomorrow. But the next day was a full working day for me so it never happened, worst luck.
B. One of the very best pick-up joints I discovered in Bahrain was the lower bar in The Hotel Diplomat in Manama township. One needed only to buy oneself a couple of beers (all the locals used to by four each at a time) and sit down somewhere prominent. It would take less than 5 or max 10 minutes before a likely horny Arab would saunter up and ask if he could buy me another couple of beers. If I fancied the guy I’d say OK and that would be that, happily!! One evening I was up by the bar and started talking to a very negroid Arab (see his lovely photo in my Profile, if you like), dressed in European kit. He was called Hassan was to learn and son he said he needed to visit the bathroom. After at least 10 minutes he was still missing and I thought he’d left quietly but no, he reappeared and came back towards me. He suddenly tried to squat down onto his haunches as if exercising, but then I saw that he was trying to hide an enormous cock erection in his trousers. Geez, I said under my breath and we both shot out of the hotel, and at his suggestion, to his car. He drove me out of town towards the Saudi waterway area and soon we stopped and got out. I went round and he brought out his lovely big, black and well-shaped 8inch minimum hard, round cock for me to inspect and then play with, while he kissed me passionately up top. Soon he intimated, without saying a single word, he’d like to fuck me and I turned around with alacrity and very much hope and expectation, and he did not disappoint either. Although only 19 years old he knew how to use his glorious black member very expertly, and then he drove us back to Diplomat Hotel for my car, and all within say 30/40 mins maximum of having left it. I was due to depart for Damman, Saudi, soon afterwards and he even came to the airport to see me off. He came fully dressed in his long white Arabic garb and he looked even more beautiful and sexy than he had two days earlier, and that was where I took his photo I’ve attached in my Profile for all of you guys to drool over and, I hope, enjoy as much as I had all those years previously?? (Plz look out for my PART 3 in Saudi Arabia stories soon.)
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RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA and STAMFORD, Conn. — For the first time since 2010, Shawn Michaels will return to the ring alongside Triple H as DX take on The Brothers of Destruction, The Undertaker & Kane, at WWE Crown Jewel at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Friday, Nov. 2.

WWE Crown Jewel will also include a Universal Championship Triple Threat Match featuring Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman; a WWE Championship Match between AJ Styles and Daniel Bryan; and the first-ever WWE World Cup tournament to determine the best in the world.

General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia Chairman, His Excellency Turki Al Sheikh, WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia invite the world to celebrate this signature event. Following the sold-out Greatest Royal Rumble in April, this is the second event as part of a long-term partnership between WWE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

WWE Crown Jewel will stream live on WWE Network and be available on pay-per-view outside of the Middle East. Ticket availability will be announced in the coming weeks.


          Search for a missing Saudi journalist continues      Cache   Translate Page      
NBC’s Richard Engel joins MTP Daily to discuss Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi government, who disappeared last week after entering Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.
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Total and Aramco inked a FEED accord for a petrochemical plant in eastern Saudi Arabia that represents a $5-billion investment and will be operational by 2024.
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The Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul will be searched by Turkish authorities as they attempt to find a missing journalist.
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A Louisiana teenager flew for 10½ hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia
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DUBAI (Sputnik) - An outbreak of the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) in Saudi Arabia has resulted in the deaths of four people over the last two weeks, local media reported on Tuesday, citing the Saudi Health Ministry.
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ANKARA (Reuters) – Saudi Arabian officials invited Turkish experts and related officials to visit its consulate in Istanbul, Turkey’s state-owned news agency Anadolu said on Tuesday, following the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi a...
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The UBA Foundation and Gavi will leverage the United Bank for Africa’s network and expertise to invest in Africa’s health system, starting with Nigeria.


Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance and Mr. Kennedy Uzoka, UBA Group CEO and Chairman of the UBA Foundation as they announce the partnership agreement between the two institutions towards strengthening health systems and raise awareness of immunisation across Africa, starting in 2018 with Nigeria

New York, 28 September 2018 - Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance and the UBA Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of the United Bank for Africa Group, have joined together to strengthen health systems and raise awareness of immunisation across Africa, starting in 2018 with Nigeria.

“We are delighted to work with the UBA Foundation to help protect children across Nigeria against some of the world’s deadliest diseases,” said Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi the Vaccine Alliance. “Strong, sustainable health systems are key to ensuring no child misses out on lifesaving vaccines which is why this partnership will make a real difference, reducing child mortality and helping to meet the Sustainable Development Goals in 2030."

The partnership with the UBA Foundation aims to raise US$ 1.5 million over the next two years by leveraging UBA’s network of partners to support Gavi’s immunisation programmes in Nigeria. The UBA Foundation will also advocate for immunisation in Nigeria, which has one of the lowest vaccine coverage rates in the world.

“The United Bank for Africa and the UBA Foundation have been impacting lives positively in Nigeria and across the African continent for several decades, and this is another opportunity to make a difference in the lives of millions of Africans," said Kennedy Uzoka, UBA Group CEO and Chairman of the UBA Foundation. “We are proud of the partnership with Gavi which will run until the end of 2020, with both institutions focused on the overall aim to provide innovative solutions that can increase the capacity of healthcare systems in Nigeria and across Africa."

In the last five years over 14 million children in Nigeria have been vaccinated against some of the world’s deadliest diseases with support from Gavi. If Nigeria meets its targets for vaccine coverage, it will be able to prevent at least one million deaths by 2028.

"However, Nigeria needs to invest more domestic resources in health and immunisation,” said Dr Berkley. ”The private sector can be a crucial partner to help leverage expertise and provide new solutions to ensure children across Nigeria have the opportunity to lead long, healthy lives.”


ABOUT UBA FOUNDATION


United Bank for Africa (UBA), Africa’s global bank, is committed to being a socially responsible company and role model for all businesses in Africa. UBA recognises the need for a social contract between the bank, the community and its people. To this end, UBA became one of the first banks in Africa to institute a Foundation, the UBA Foundation. UBA Foundation has been impacting lives positively on the African continent for over a decade.

ABOUT Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

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          Search for a missing Saudi journalist continues      Cache   Translate Page      
NBC’s Richard Engel joins MTP Daily to discuss Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi government, who disappeared last week after entering Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.
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Washington Post:
Saudis are said to have lain in wait for Jamal Khashoggi  —  ISTANBUL — As Jamal Khashoggi prepared to enter the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, a squad of men from Saudi Arabia who investigators suspect played a role in his disappearance was ready and in place.


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Hatice Cengiz / Washington Post:
Please, President Trump, shed light on my fiance's disappearance  —  Hatice Cengiz is Jamal Khashoggi's fiancee.  She lives in Istanbul.  —  ISTANBUL — More than a week has passed since our last meeting outside the consulate of Saudi Arabia, before his disappearance became global news.


          US calls on Saudi Arabia to investigate disappearance of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
Turkish officials believe journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in Saudi Consulate as part of its crackdown on dissent.
          Still No Churches in Saudi Arabia, But Small Steps Toward Religious Freedom       Cache   Translate Page      


US envoy celebrates “unprecedented” progress under the promise of more moderate Muslim rule.


Kate Shellnutt October 05, 2018 8:00 AM



Image: Johnnie Moore / Twitter



Saudi Arabia has made unprecedented strides toward religious tolerance just a year after its young new ruler pledged to bring more moderate Islam to the Sunni kingdom.

After a visit to the capital city of Riyadh last week, US officials reported the country has reformed its religious police—once tasked with enforcing shari’ah law on the streets and in homes—and has instituted new government programs to quash extremism.

“I was surprised by the pace of change in the country. It reminded me of the verse at the end of Book of Job which says, ‘My ears had heard ... but now my eyes have seen,’” said US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) commissioner Johnnie Moore, who has also served as an unofficial liaison between evangelical leaders and the Trump White House.

“It was the first time I have ever thought to myself, Wow, we could actually see religious freedom in Saudi. This is possible.”

Moore represents the highest-profile evangelical leader to meet with the Saudi government since 33-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced plans last October to return the restrictive Muslim country to “what we were before: a country of moderate Islam that is open to all religions and to the world.” The USCIRF official formerly worked with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s campaign to aid persecuted Christians in the Middle East.

Fewer than 5 percent of the 32 million people living in Saudi Arabia are Christians, according to Pew Research, and the kingdom ranks No. 12 among countries where it is hardest to follow Jesus, according to Open Doors. Likewise the State Department, at USCIRF’s recommendation, has designated Saudi Arabia a “country of particular concern” since 2004 due to its egregious religious freedom violations.

The government still does not sanction churches or any form public worship by non-Muslims, but progress is being made toward allowing private worship and protecting the rights of minority faiths. 


As the conservative Muslim nation instituted new social reforms—including lifting its infamous ban on women driving—bin Salman has recently hosted a string of Christian leaders.

“It should not be lost on us that the Crown Prince has—in the last six months alone—met with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Maronite Patriarch, and met with the Coptic Pope in Cairo and that meeting took place in front of wall-sized piece of art honoring Jesus,” Moore told CT.

“There was also a very prominent visit by the recently deceased Cardinal Tauran [a Vatican diplomat] where he signed a joint agreement to promote peaceful coexistence with the General Secretary of the World Muslim League, Dr. al-Issa.”

During their visit, Moore and fellow USCIRF commissioner Nadine Maenza met with leaders across the government, including the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, which promotes Islamic moral code.

According to Moore, the commission—once the greatest barrier to private worship—no longer has authority to go into people’s homes or to make arrests. He said Christians in Saudi Arabia have already felt the effects of the reform under bin Salman and support the changes.

Additionally, the USCIRF delegation met with the government ministries tasked with cracking down on religious extremism by establishing educational programs and monitoring teaching in mosques. Under a Muslim constitution, Saudi Arabia continues to have laws against apostasy and conversion, though there a signs they may be becoming less strict in their implementation.

The changes now coming to Saudi Arabia have been anticipated for over a year. “The days of a religious monopoly in Saudi Arabia are over,” Daoud Kuttab, a Christian Palestinian journalist, told CT last fall, noting mixed motivations—social and economic—for the changes. “No more pushing Islam down every citizen’s throat.”

Some of the reforms are obvious already. “I saw women driving, some guardianship rules being rolled back, and women and men increasingly mixing in public venues, including at a Cirque du Soleil concert in Riyadh,” Commissioner Maenza said in a press release.

“The question we continue to assess is whether this opening is extending to other parts of the country and the degree to which these reforms are impacting freedom of religion or belief in a country that still—for instance—officially bans public worship unless it is the state-sanctioned practice of Islam.”

Moore, for one, is hopeful. He wrote to CT days after the trip:


I am optimistic for a Saudi Arabia where Muslims, Christians and others can freely and openly worship, living as neighbors, their children as friends with no fear of one another and, in fact, great joy from knowing one another.

I’m praying for a day when I can travel to Saudi Arabia to proudly and publicly celebrate Christmas or Easter on a peninsula whose Islamic faith and culture owes, by its own admission, a great debt to “people of the book,” which preceded it.

For the first time in my life, and in my advocacy for religious freedom, I believe this could be possible and maybe even sooner than we expect. I am also realistic about the challenges involved, but—so far—I do believe they are sincere in their ambitions to moderate and modernize.

Over the summer, USCIRF commissioners also spoke out on behalf of religious minorities in Pakistan, including Ahmadi Muslims and Christians, pledging to prioritize religious freedom and promote peace in that region as well.





          10/10/2018: World: Erdogan challenges Saudis on journalist      Cache   Translate Page      

Turkish police are demanding to search the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul where they believe a leading journalist was kidnapped and murdered last week. Waleed Elkhereiji, the Saudi ambassador, was summoned to the foreign ministry in Ankara on...
          SoftBank is in talks to invest $15B - $20B in WeWork for a majority stake      Cache   Translate Page      

Miguel McKelvey WeWork

  • Softbank may make an investment between $15 billion and $20 billion in WeWork, giving it a majority stake in the co-working space company, according to the Wall Street Journal.
  • The discussions are ongoing and a deal is not guaranteed.
  • SoftBank’s technology-focused Vision Fund already made a $4.4 billion investment in WeWork last August, giving it a 20% ownership stake in the company. 

SoftBank is in discussions about investing $15 billion to $20 billion in WeWork, giving it a majority stake in the co-working space company, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Tuesday.

The deal — a massive, perhaps unprecedented investment in a private company even by the dizzying standards of Silicon Valley — would effectively give Japan's SoftBank control of the fast-growing office sharing company.

And it would cement SoftBank Chairman Masayoshi Son's position as the dominant power in the modern tech economy, with everything from the semiconductors that power smartphones to telecommunications networks in his empire. 

The discussion to invest in WeWork are ongoing and a deal is not guaranteed, according to the WSJ report, which cites anonymous sources. Representatives of SoftBank and WeWork did not immediately return Business Insider's requests for comment. 

Billions of dollars and lots of skeptics

It's not clear what valuation SoftBank would give WeWork in the majority-stake deal. Business Insider reported in June that Rajeev Misra, the chief executive of SoftBank's Vision Fund, told a conference that WeWork was seeking to raise new funds at a valuation of $35 billion, up sharply from its 2016 valuation of $20 billion. He did not say whether SoftBank was participating in the round.

WeWork, which was founded 8 years ago, has attracted billions in capital to fund its business fitting up and leasing out building space as shared offices. The company has expanded to 22 countries and is on track to generate more than $2 billion in revenue this year. 

But the company's rapid expansion and multiple diverse acquisitions mean it's burning money. Skeptics worry that WeWork's core proposition of taking on long leases, doing up office spaces, then subleasing them doesn't justify its huge valuation.

The company lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the first six months of the year according to media reports, and its losses in the UK nearly tripled, according to recent filings seen by Business Insider.  That said, WeWork's European flagship building in London turned a profit in 2017, a vindication of what the company claims is a viable business model.

SoftBank's investment would likely be through its $92 billion Vision Fund, which is backed by Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi wealth funds as well as SoftBank's own capital, the Journal reported. The technology-focused Vision Fund already made a $4.4 billion investment in WeWork last August, giving it a 20% ownership stake in the company. 

Japan-based SoftBank's largest investment to date in a venture-backed startup was $7.7 billion for 15% ownership in Uber, according to The Wall Street Journal. 

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          Post publishes possibly last image of Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
ISTANBUL (AP) – The Washington Post published a surveillance image yesterday showing its missing Saudi contributor walking into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul a week ago, just before he disappeared. Turkish officials have said they fear the columnist was killed there. Saudi Arabia has called the allegations that it killed writer Jamal Khashoggi as “baseless,” […]
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Journalist's Disappearance Forces Trump's Hand on Saudi Arabia | Administration had long avoided raising human rights concerns

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          Missing Saudi journalist graduated from Indiana State University      Cache   Translate Page      
ANKARA, Turkey —A week after dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul for some routine paperwork, the mystery over his disappearance remains unresolved: Turkish officials allege he was killed in the compound; the Saudis say he left the building unharmed. The case has alarmed human rights activists concerned over Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s crackdown on dissent and strained already-tense relations between Turkey and Saudi Arabia. The United States and other Saudi allies have taken a cautious […]
          Turkey says will search consulate where Saudi journalist vanished      Cache   Translate Page      
Turkey said on Tuesday that it would search Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished last week, and close ally Britain called on Riyadh to provide "urgent answers" over his disappearance.
          Trump to discuss missing journalist with Saudis      Cache   Translate Page      
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he plans to speak with Saudi Arabian officials about the disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who went missing a week ago.
          How Trump enabled the abuses of Saudi Arabia's crown prince (Washington Post)      Cache   Translate Page      

Washington Post:
How Trump enabled the abuses of Saudi Arabia's crown prince  —  TWO YEARS ago it would have been inconceivable that the rulers of Saudi Arabia, a close U.S. ally, would be suspected of abducting or killing a critic who lived in Washington and regularly wrote for The Post …


          Did the Saudis chop up journalist Jamal Khashoggi and sneak his body from their consulate in bags?      Cache   Translate Page      
AMAL Khashoggi strolled into the Saudi Arabian consulate expecting to finalise some routine paperwork — and vanished. Hours later it is thought that his dismembered body was smuggled out of the building inside diplomatic boxes. Mr Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi regime, is said to have been butchered by a 15-strong death squad at […]
          International Edition 1305 EDT - October 09, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announces she is resigning, Turkish investigators will search the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul following the disappearance of a Saudi journalist and we look at Hollywood's history of stereotyping female characters.
          Top tech industry execs named to a Saudi advisory board amid controversy over reportedly murdered journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin SalmanA senior executive from Google's parent company, ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, and famed investor Marc Andreessen are all on the list.
          Jony Ive disappears from list of advisors for Saudi 'megacity' project [u]      Cache   Translate Page      
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Apple's chief design officer, Jony Ive, has vanished from a list of advisors for a "megacity" planned to launch in Saudi Arabia in 2025. [Updated with correction on NEOM's size]
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Role Summary The Tax Manager MEA will support the Middle East and African operations of GE Healthcare The main countries in scope include UAE Iraq Saudi Arabia Turkey Qatar Egypt South Africa Kenya Nigeria Uganda and other Sub-Saharan operations GE Healthcare has significant research and development production operations distribution
          Finance Manager x2 Saudi Arabi      Cache   Translate Page      
The CompanyOne of the leading integrated workplace solutions providers in Saudi Arabia have two exciting opportunities available for a Finance Managers to join their growing business based in Riyadh Saudi ArabiaThe RoleLeading the finance function for one of the group companies your responsibilities will includeManaging a team of 3-5 direct
          Saudi conference to boost development of arbitration environment      Cache   Translate Page      
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Wed, 2018-10-10 02:24

The Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA) is organizing its first international conference, SCCA18, in Riyadh on Oct. 15 and 16, in partnership with the International Center for Dispute Resolution affiliated with the American Arbitration Association.

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          Misk Innovation to take part at GITEX 2018 in Dubai      Cache   Translate Page      
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Wed, 2018-10-10 01:37

Misk Innovation, of the Center for Initiatives at Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Foundation (Misk), will take part as an exclusive partner for innovation at GITEX Future Stars 2018, one of the world’s largest gatherings of emerging IT companies, to be held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center from Oct. 14 to 17.

Misk Innovation will participate with a special pavilion to introduce its efforts in supporting entrepreneurship and the development of technical projects.

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          World Mental Health Day: Why it’s time to end the stigma of being bipolar in the Middle East      Cache   Translate Page      
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Wed, 2018-10-10 01:06

DUBAI: People throughout Saudi Arabia and the Middle East may be suffering from bipolar disorder without knowing it, as a lack of awareness about the condition, coupled with a continuing cultural stigma, prevent them from being diagnosed.

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. It can cause manic episodes of elevated high energy as well as periods of depression.

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          Situated in Saudi Arabia’s mountainous south, the village of Rijal Alma is set to become a global tourist attraction      Cache   Translate Page      
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Wed, 2018-10-10 01:07

JEDDAH: Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), inspected ongoing work to develop Rijal Alma village in Asir region. 

He met the team assigned to implement urgent projects and development so as to register the village on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The state, under King Salman, has given its full support to making the Kingdom a distinctive tourist destination, Prince Sultan said.

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          Road accident figures in Jeddah plunge by 21 percent      Cache   Translate Page      
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JEDDAH: Road accidents in Jeddah region decreased last year by 21 percent, according to a report from the Jeddah Traffic Department.

The annual report was submitted to Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, governor of Makkah, by Maj. Gen. Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Bassami, director general of the Saudi Traffic Directorate, accompanied by Jeddah Traffic Department Director Col. Sulaiman Al-Zakari.

Prince Khaled thanked the traffic officials for their work and stressed the need for further efforts to achieve traffic safety for road users.

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          Saudi Arabia's World Center for Dialogue launches Islamic-Jewish council to fight extremism in Europe      Cache   Translate Page      
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Shounaz Mekky
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Wed, 2018-10-10 00:10

JEDDAH: The King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz World Center for Dialogue has announced the formation of what it called an Islamic-Jewish council aimed at promoting coexistence and fighting extremism.

The King Abdullah Center for Dialogue among Followers of Religions and Cultures said it launched a European dialogue platform that brings together members of Islamic and Jewish institutions in Europe.

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          US murder detectives investigate death of Saudi student in Miami      Cache   Translate Page      
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Tue, 2018-10-09 20:48

LONDON: US police have launched a murder investigation after a Saudi student was found dead in his Florida apartment.
The body of Yasser Abualfaraj, 23, was discovered by his room mate on Sunday in a building opposite the University of Miami where he was studying.
Miami-Dade Police Department said Abualfaraj was found with “multiple signs of trauma.”
Abualfaraj, from Jeddah, went to study architecture in Miami in May 2015, US media reported.

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          F-15SA Saudi Arabia Program Support Analyst - SAF/IA - Whitney, Bradley and Brown - Arlington, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Trump says he’ll talk to Saudis about missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he plans to speak with Saudi Arabian officials at some point about the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal
          Police Release A Sketch Of A Man In Murder Of UM Student      Cache   Translate Page      
Miami-Dade Police are appealing for the public’s help in the murder of a 23-year-old architecture student at the University of Miami who was from Saudi Arabia.
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          Passive Fire Protection Materials Market Is Likely to Reach US $131.0 Mn by the End of 2023      Cache   Translate Page      

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Transparency Market Research (TMR) has published a new report studying the Saudi Arabia passive fire protection materials market . This is a comprehensive report that presents insights into the key growth drivers, potential restraints, threats, and opportunities shaping the growth trajectory of the passive fire protection materials market across Saudi Arabia between 2015 and 2023. The report is titled "Passive Fire Protection Materials Market - Saudi Arabia Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 - 2023" and is available for sale on the company website.

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As per the findings compiled in this 66-page report, the Saudi Arabia market for passive fire protection materials had a valuation of US$89.7 mn in 2014. Exhibiting a modest yet a positive CAGR of 4.40%, the market will reach US$131 mn by 2023. Passive fire protection materials provide safety against fire or spread of smoke. These materials have attained commercial prospects since they are essential in mapping a route to escape during such unforeseen occurrences. These materials are used in accordance with fire codes and building codes that local governing bodies mandate.

The economy of Saudi Arabia has risen incredibly in the last couple of years. Among the economic sectors leveraging the booming economic prospects in the region, the construction industry is exhibiting exponential growth. Rapidly increasing construction activities have augmented the demand for passive fire protection materials in the region. Furthermore, the increasing number of rig counts in the Middle East is also touted as a significant factor fuelling the demand from the passive fire protection materials market in Saudi Arabia. A lead analyst from TMR says, "While the market witnesses impressive growth prospects in the region, rigorous government regulations and emission control norms on volatile carbon compounds emission may hamper the overall demand for passive fire protection materials across the region."

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For the purpose of the study, the report segments the passive fire protection materials market in Saudi Arabia based on parameters including product type and application. Based on product types, the foams and boards segment led the passive fire protection materials market in 2014, accounting for a whopping 90% share. Foams and boards are primarily used in building interiors, apart from which they also provide protection to steel structures. These passive fire protection materials are relatively economical and also add aesthetic value to the overall structure.

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Req Number 16313BRPosition DescriptionWe are seeking an experienced Investigator to work within the Corporate Security Services Division (CSSD) at Saudi Aramco This role will be based at the Company Headquarters in Dhahran Saudi ArabiaCSSD provides highly specialized professional investigative and consulting services to Saudi Aramco&rsquos
          Civil Engineer Irrigation Engineer - Design      Cache   Translate Page      
Job description RoleMy client a leading consultant in the GCC region has an urgent opening for a Civil EngineerIrrigation Engineer for its design office in Saudi Arabia RequirementsCandidates who fulfill the following criteria are invited to apply&middot BS in Civil Engineering &amp MS in Environmental Engineering&middot Minimum of 7 years e
          Group Finance Controller      Cache   Translate Page      
Job description Role-We are looking to recruit a strong financial controller for a listed business in Saudi Arabia The Ideal candidate will be a bilingual accountant working with a listed company at HQ level and be based in Saudi Arabia-To ensure that all financial tax &amp Zakat &amp operations are effectively executed within the SCOPA frame
          Maintenance Planning Superintendent      Cache   Translate Page      
Job description RoleOur client a facilities management main contractor requires a Maintenance Planning Superintendent to join on a permanent residential basis in Jeddah Saudi Arabia The main purpose of this position is to provide leadership and guidance to a team of Maintenance Planners on a large commercial facility operation Our client has
          Project Manager - Theme Park Specialist - Riyadh Saudi Arabia      Cache   Translate Page      
Are you are Theme Park Specialist looking for your next big project My client are looking to appoint a leader in Theme Parks to work on a new development in Riyadh Saudi Arabia The focus will be on ensuring that the project will be of the highest quality and recognised as one the worlds leading entertainment venues click apply for full j
          Senior Oracle Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
Senior Oracle Developer Senior Oracle Developer required by Whitehall Resources for a 10-12 Month extendable to 2 years project assignment with our client in Riyadh Saudi Arabia Please Note We are looking for a consultant with a Valid Saudi Visa and own sponsorship This position is not suitable for Consultants in Permanent employment as our c
          Civil Engineer Irrigation Engineer (Design)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Maintenance Planning Superintendent      Cache   Translate Page      
Our client a facilities management main contractor requires a Maintenance Planning Superintendent to join on a permanent residential basis in Jeddah Saudi Arabia The main purpose of this position is to provide leadership and guidance to a team of Maintenance Planners on a large commercial facility operation Our client has 2700 maintenance and j
          Saudi Arabia Al-Khobar Lead Recreational Camp Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Being Killed for Their Work a Growing Risk for Journalists      Cache   Translate Page      
Journalists are familiar with the risks of reporting from war-torn lands, but the recent death or disappearance of three people in Turkey, Bulgaria and Mexico illustrates the growing dangers to reporters targeted for practicing their craft. Authorities in Turkey are searching for Jamal Khashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post who has been missing since walking into the Saudi Arabian consulate last week in Istanbul. There are concerns that Khashoggi, who has written critically of the Saudi regime, may have been killed there. Elsewhere, Bulgarian national radio reported an arrest Tuesday in the death of television reporter Viktoria Marinova, host of a show that reported on the alleged misuse of European Union funds by a Bulgarian building company. And in Mexico this past week, journalist and activist Sergio Martinez Gonzalez was shot and killed by two people on a motorcycle as he ate breakfast with his wife at a cafe. The Committee to Protect Journalists reports that 43 journalists have been killed in the line of their work so far in 2018. Last year, there were 46 deaths for all of 2017. The numbers aren't that unusual and, in fact, have been higher: 73 in 2015 and 2013, 74 in 2012, the committee said. What's different is the way they are losing their lives. At least 27 journalists have been individually slain so far this year, compared with eight losing their lives in the crossfire of violent conflicts, CPJ said. Of all the journalists killed since 1992, 848 were individually killed and 1,322 were lost in crossfire, CPJ said. "Conflict deaths are one thing, targeted assassinations another," said Bruce Shapiro, executive director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University. Similarly alarming is the spread of slayings into Europe, as opposed to countries like Mexico, where drug violence has made journalism risky for years, said Robert Mahoney, CPJ deputy executive director. Besides Marinova's death in Bulgaria, Jan Kuciak was found shot to death in Slovakia after investigating tax fraud among people close to the ruling party. In Malta, investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed after reporting frequently on government corruption for her blog. "There are crooks everywhere you look now," she wrote right before her death. "The situation is desperate." The killing of five staff members at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, by a gunman in June brought the threat home to the United States. Meanwhile, the United Nations has been involved in seeking the release from prison in Myanmar of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, Reuters reporters who had been investigating the killing of 10 Rohinga Muslim men and boys. "It's safe to say there is a pervasive worldwide threat directed to journalists and a perceived immunity for attacks," Shapiro said. "And I think that's very dangerous." The European cases appear to speak to the power of oligarchs involved in shady activities who act across borders without consequences, he said. While careful not to place blame on President Donald Trump, experts say his attacks on the press as the "enemy of the people" have a corrosive effect that is noticed around the world. Journalists who may not have felt physical danger often find themselves the targets of threats and harassment online. "We are conditioned to expect the United States to speak up for press freedom around the world and to defend it, not to belittle the press," Mahoney said. Journalism organizations have recognized the threat and have taken steps to protect reporters, the experts said. "If there is an upside to this, I think that people who stand for democratic values are beginning to understand that scapegoating journalists and scapegoating the media is a step toward authoritarianism," Shapiro said. 
          Turkey says will search consulate where Saudi journalist vanished      Cache   Translate Page      
Turkey said on Tuesday that it would search Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished last week, and close ally Britain called on Riyadh to provide 'urgent answers' over his disappearance.
          Turkish officials say Saudi leaders ordered murder of missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      

A senior Turkish official told The New York Times on Tuesday security officials have determined that missing Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last Tuesday on orders of the "highest level of the royal court."

Khashoggi was at the consulate to pick up a document he needed to get married, and was killed within two hours of his arrival, the official said. Turkey says 15 Saudi agents arrived in Istanbul on two charter flights the same day Khashoggi went to the consulate, and left a few hours later. One of those agents was an autopsy expert, the official told the Times, and security officials believe he helped with dismembering Khashoggi's body.

Saudi Arabia has denied any wrongdoing, and said Khashoggi left the consulate shortly after he arrived. Turkish security cameras captured no evidence that he ever left, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has asked for evidence that proves Khashoggi did exit the consulate, but has not yet publicly accused Saudi Arabia of having him killed. A person briefed on the matter told the Times that Turkish intelligence has obtained a video of the killing, made by the perpetrators to prove it took place.


          10 things you need to know today: October 9, 2018       Cache   Translate Page      

1.

President Trump used a White House ceremonial swearing-in for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to further politicize the judge's confirmation by calling allegations of sexual misconduct against him "a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception." Trump apologized to Kavanaugh "on behalf of our nation" for what he earlier called a "hoax" orchestrated by Democrats. He declared that Kavanaugh had been "proven innocent" in an investigation, although it reached no conclusions. Kavanaugh, whose confirmation faced intense protests, sought to ease partisan tensions by promising to "take this office with gratitude and no bitterness," saying the confirmation battle "did not change me." "My approach to judging remains the same: A good judge must be an umpire, a neutral and impartial decider that favors no litigant or policy," he said. [The Washington Post]

2.

Hurricane Michael continued intensifying on Monday and early Tuesday, with forecasters warning it could grow into a "potentially catastrophic storm" more powerful than previously thought before making landfall in the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday. The storm reached hurricane status on Monday after its top sustained winds went from 35 miles per hour to 75 mph over 24 hours. Its top winds reached 90 mph early Tuesday. The National Hurricane Center warned Michael could make landfall as a major hurricane — a Category 3 with top sustained winds of roughly 120 mph. Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) ordered thousands of coastal residents to head inland and others to prepare to evacuate as forecasters issued a hurricane warning for the northeastern Gulf Coast from the Alabama-Florida border to Suwanee River, Florida. [USA Today]

3.

Newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh joins the other eight members of the high court on Tuesday to hear his first arguments as a justice. The confirmation of Kavanaugh, who is considered reliably conservative, to replace retired moderate conservative Anthony Kennedy, caps a decades-long push by Republicans to secure a solidly conservative 5-4 majority on the Supreme Court. Court watchers will be looking at any questions Kavanaugh may ask, seeking indications of how his presence will shift the balance on the court. Kavanaugh missed the first week of the court's new session due to a hearing and FBI investigation on sexual misconduct allegations against him. He was confirmed Saturday in a 50-48 vote, the narrowest confirmation of a justice since 1881. [The Associated Press]

4.

President Trump said Monday that he has no plans to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, batting down for the time being any speculation that he intended to get rid of the official overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's election meddling and possible collusion by Trump campaign associates. Rumors that Rosenstein would quit or be fired began circulating after reports that he had suggested last year secretly recording conversations with Trump, and invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office. After talking with Rosenstein for about half an hour aboard Air Force One, Trump said the two had a "very good talk" and got along "very well." [USA Today]

5.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday demanded that Saudi Arabia provide proof that missing self-exiled Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi left the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on his own. Khashoggi went into the consulate on Friday to pick up a document that would have permitted him to remarry the next day, but he hasn't been seen since. Erdogan's statement marked an escalation in diplomatic tensions between Turkey and Saudi Arabia over the case. Turkish officials say they believe Saudi agents killed Khashoggi inside the consulate. "Do you not have cameras and everything of the sort?" Erdogan said, directing his question to Saudi officials. "They have all of them. Then why do you not prove this? You need to prove it." [The Washington Post]

6.

New Fox, the successor to Fox News parent company 21st Century Fox, on Monday named President Trump's former White House communications director, Hope Hicks, as its head of corporate communications. Hicks, 29, will run communications for a company overseeing Fox News, the Fox broadcasting network, and other outlets under the control of Rupert Murdoch. Hicks' hiring is the latest in a series of moves linking Fox News personnel and the White House. Bill Shine, the network's former co-president, became White House deputy chief of staff for communications, effectively replacing Hicks. New Fox is the company emerging from 21st Century Fox's sale of many assets to Walt Disney Co. [The Washington Post]

7.

Google is shutting down its Google+ social network to consumers after data from up to 500,000 users appeared to have been exposed to external developers due to a bug, the company announced in a blog on Monday. Google said it detected the problem and patched the leak in March. The company also said there was no evidence that any developers misused user data or exploited the vulnerability. Still, shares of Google parent Alphabet dropped by more than 1 percent on the news of the latest privacy glitch to affect a major tech company. The company reportedly plans to "wind down" Google+, which has "very low usage" among consumers anyway, by August 2019. It will be kept alive for businesses. [Reuters]

8.

The limousine that crashed in upstate New York over the weekend, killing 20 people, failed an inspection last month, and the driver lacked the license he needed to legally operate the vehicle, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said Monday. An aunt of one of the victims said she texted concerns about the "terrible condition" of the limousine less than 20 minutes before it sped through an intersection, struck and killed two pedestrians, and slammed into a parked vehicle. All 18 people in the limo were killed. It was taking them to a birthday celebration. [USA Today]

9.

The death toll from the 5.9-magnitude earthquake that hit northwestern Haiti over the weekend rose to at least 15 people on Monday, according to updated official figures. Another 333 people were reported injured. Thousands of people in the region's biggest city, Port-de-Paix, dragged mattresses out of their homes and slept outside after the quake and a 5.2-magnitude aftershock stoked panic in a country still traumatized by a deadly 7.2-magnitude earthquake that devastated the Caribbean nation's capital, Port-au-Prince, and nearby cities in 2010. Port-de-Paix is about 10 miles from the Saturday earthquake's epicenter. Many people in the city were afraid to return to cinderblock homes cracked by the temblors. [The Associated Press]

10.

Bulgarian authorities are investigating whether the rape and murder of Viktoria Marinova, a 30-year-old Bulgarian journalist, was related to her work. Marinova, who was killed Saturday in the northeastern city of Ruse, recently had become the anchor of a talk show focused on investigative reporting. She was the third reporter killed in Europe over the last year. The European Union promised to support the investigation by Bulgarian authorities. Bulgarian Interior Minister Mladen Marinov said, however, that there was no evidence yet that Marinova was killed over her work. Bulgarian national radio reported that a suspect had been arrested in connection with the slaying. [The Washington Post, The Associated Press]


          IMF: US sanctions scuttling Iranian economy. And enriching Riyadh      Cache   Translate Page      

The Iranian economy is set to fall by 1.5% for 2018 and 3.6% for 2019. Up to April the forecasts were of a plus 4%. Saudi Arabia reverses the route and scores a positive balance of 2.2%. Overall growth slashed by 3.7%, the Middle East and North Africa region suffers.


          PE Resins Market Is Expected to Foresee an Outstanding Growth of US$ 181 Bn by 2027      Cache   Translate Page      

Increased application of PE based products in packaging, building and construction sectors to be the latest trend observed in the global PE resins market

Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- As per the fact based research report titled "PE Resins Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027)" crafted by Future Market Insights, the global market is anticipated to reach a significant valuation by the end of the year of assessment. The research report focusses on market trends, opportunities, drivers and restraints that have a direct or indirect influence on the growth of the global PE resins market. According to the report, to leverage the surge in demand for PE resins, manufacturers across the globe are focussing on expansion in PE resin production capacity.

Additionally, falling crude oil prices across the globe have created opportunities for manufacturers of HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE and TPE resins. Falling crude oil prices have significantly reduced the raw material cost for resin manufacturers. Crude oil prices are expected to remain low for a few years, attributed to the shrinking demand from Chinese refineries and increasing production capacity in North America. To gain benefit from this global scenario, PE resin manufacturers need to do a deep dive analysis of the market and build cost models.

The research report covers analysis of various market segments across key regions in the globe, such as North America, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Western Europe, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), Japan and Middle East and Africa (MEA). The in-depth market segmentation coupled with historical data and future market projections from value and volume perspectives for a period of 10 years delivers a comprehensive research approach that the reader can use to establish a global footprint.

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Global Market Study on PE Resins: Competitive Analysis

The research report on the global PE resins market covers an in-depth analysis on the key players operating in the market. These include companies such as Exxon Mobil Corp., E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., LyondellBasell Industries NV, LG Chem Ltd., Formosa Plastics Corporation, The Dow Chemical Company, Braskem S.A, Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Corporation, Ineos Group Limited, LANXESS Corporation, Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. LLC, Saudi International Petrochemical Company – Sipchem, Borouge, Versalis S.p.A., NOVA Chemicals Corporation and BASF SE. The market intelligence on these players covers aspects such as SWOT analysis, product portfolio analysis, key developments, innovations, geographical spread, marketing strategies, pricing analysis and other key financials.

Global Market Study on PE Resins: Segmental Snapshot

The global PE resins market is segmented on the basis of resin type, end use and region.

By resin type, HDPE is largely used in various applications. The HDPE segment is the largest and is expected to dominate the market in the coming years with a high market valuation of around US$ 82 Mn by the end of the year of assessment. The LLDPE segment also shows high potential for growth and is the second largest segment with the highest value CAGR throughout the period of forecast.

By end use, packaging segment is the most attractive and is expected to lead the market with a high market share. The consumer goods segment is projected to grow at a high value CAGR of 4.0% during the forecast period, 2017-2027.

By region, Asia Pacific excluding Japan is the most lucrative owing to the presence of major players in the emerging economies in this region. The PE resins market in APEJ is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 5.0% during the said period to attain a higher market valuation by the end of the year of assessment (2027).

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According to the research report, the global market for PE resins is anticipated to reach a value of more than US$ 180 Bn by the end of 2027 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% during the 2017-2027 timeline.

Global Market Study on PE Resins: Dynamics Influencing Growth

Various aspects are responsible for changing the dynamics of the global market. Factors such as building cross border trade spurring the demand of LLDPE and rising construction industry across various regions have positively influenced the growth of the global PE resins market.

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          It Could Be Worse      Cache   Translate Page      
There are places in the world that are worse than the rather sorry state of the United States of America these days. We have fallen far, but we are still no where near the bottom on this planet of ours.

We do not live in Russia where gangsters and oligarchs rule, unprovoked wars are fought, and alcoholism and suicide are so rampant that the life expectancy of men has plummeted.

We do not live in Venezuela which is experiencing an economic melt down.

We do not live in China which has capricious waves of crackdown on unpopular factions and propaganda talk out of Orwell's "1984", and minority populations on the fringes are treated little better than Jews in Nazi Germany.

We do not live in Syria or Yemen which are currently in the midst of active civil wars with international dimensions that transform these wars in proxy wars of a kind not seen since the Cold War.

We do not live in Saudi Arabia which is a vile theocratic monarchy.

We do not live in Afghanistan which is in the midst of a slow burning civil war that has been interrupted only briefly since 1979.

We do not live in North Korea where an emerging monarch arbitrarily executes people, starvation is rampant, and the entire outside world is shut out.

We do not live in Northern Nigeria where underfed herders fight genocidal wars against marginal subsistence farmers and high school girls are kidnapped en masse and turned into sex slaves.

We do not live in Uzbekistan where torture is the tool that is used to keep the masses under the leadership's thumb.

We do not live in Myanmar where soldiers kill and rape and burn down villages of a Muslim minority with abandon.

We do not live in the Philippines were a murderous thug fans indiscriminate violence and disasters routinely take great tolls on people's lives.

We do not live in El Salvador, where gang violence and unchecked criminal activity have reached such epic proportions that people are fleeing the country as refugees.

We do not live in Gaza where there are no resources, an embargo of the outside world, privation, oppression and sporadic military incursions, while local "democratic" leaders are often warlords and terrorists.

We do not live in Botswana where development is woefully behind and more than 15% of the population has AID/HIV.

We do not live in Somalia where warlord managed anarchy is still the rule, war driven famine is common place, and there is no legitimate government which can exercise meaningful control over the nation.

We are close on the heels of Hungary and Poland in backing away from and dismantling democratic institutions, but we aren't quite there yet.

We have a mixed set of economic signals, with falling unemployment but also falling real wages, with a trade war looming, but not yet in full bloom. But, we have not had to weather the economic collapse that struck Greece not so long ago.

We are no longer a shining beacon on a hill. We are no long the best place in the world to live. We have lost our leadership on so many fronts. But, we are far from the worst place in the world to live either.

          UN asks Saudi Arabia, Turkey to investigate ‘disappearance’ of Saudi journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
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The UN Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has called of an independent inquiry into the suspected ‘enforced disappearance’ on Oct. 2 of a Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. The UN rights office said the “apparent enforced disappearance” of Khashoggi, who was last seen reportedly visiting Saudi’s Consulate in Istanbul last week, required a […]

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          Global Ride-on Trowel Market Will Grow at a CAGR 3.3% and Reach USD 260 Million by 2023, from USD 220 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

New Global Ride-on Trowel Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like Multiquip, Wacker Neuson, Allen Engineering, Atlas Copco, Dragon and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Global Ride-on Trowel Market will register a 3.3% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 260 million by 2023, from US$ 220 million in 2017.

The Ride On Power Trowel can be used for trowelling concrete surface through floating and finishing operations. Housing, warehouses, garages, industrial buildings and airports due to the continuous heavy load in such areas. Or required by large warehouse construction projects and airports as they have greater requirements for the flat surfaces due to the safety and set-up requirements.

First, the Ride-on Trowel industry concentration is high. United States is the biggest producer and consumer of Ride-on Trowel. There are no more than fifty manufacturers in the world, and high-end products mainly come from United States and Europe.

In the world wide, giant manufactures mainly distribute in Europe and United States. United States and Europe has a long history and unshakable status in this industry, like Multiquip, Wacker Neuson, Allen Engineering and Atlas Copco. They have perfect products.

Second, the global Ride-on Trowel production will increase to 28715 units in 2017, from 27381 units in 2016, it is estimated that the global Ride-on Trowel demand will develop with an average growth rate of about 4.85% from 2011 to 2021.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Ride-on Trowel will register a 3.3% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 260 million by 2023, from US$ 220 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
Multiquip
Wacker Neuson
Allen Engineering
Atlas Copco
Dragon
Parchem Construction
Bartell
Dynamic
MBW
Shenhua
Masterpac
Roadway

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Hydrostatic Ride-on Trowel
Mechanical Ride-on Trowel

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Commercial Buildings
Industrial Buildings
Others

Spanning over 146 pages "Forecast of Global Ride-on Trowel Players Market 2023" report covers Ride-on Trowel Market Overview, Global Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Ride-on Trowel Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Ride-on Trowel Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Ride-on Trowel Market Forecast (2018-2023), Ride-on Trowel Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Restriction Endonucleases Market Will Grow at a CAGR 5.6% and Reach USD 300 Million by 2023, from USD 210 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Global Restriction Endonucleases Market will register a 5.6% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 300 million by 2023, from US$ 210 million in 2017.

Restriction Endonuclease is an enzyme that cuts DNA at or near specific recognition nucleotide sequences known as restriction sites. They are the enzymes that are found in the bacteria and are harvested from them for their use in research and commercial aspects. Restriction enzymes are commonly classified into four types, which differ in their structure and whether they cut their DNA substrate at their recognition site, or if the recognition and cleavage sites are separate from one another.

Till date more than 10,000 bacteria are screened for the presence of restriction enzymes and currently there are more than 2,500 restriction enzymes have been discovered along with over 250 distinct specificities in sequences. These enzymes are used in conventional cloning, deciphering epigenetic modifications, construction of DNA libraries and in vivo gene editing. The end users mainly are Academic & Research Institutes, Hospitals & Diagnostic Centers, and Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology companies.

The Restriction Endonuclease industry is relatively concentrated, and the players mainly come from North America and Western Europe. In the world wide, major manufactures mainly are New England Biolabs, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Takara Bio, Illumina, Agilent Technologies, Roche, GE Healthcare, Promega Corporation, Qiagen, Jena Biosciences and etc.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Restriction Endonucleases will register a 5.6% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 300 million by 2023, from US$ 210 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
New England Biolabs
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Takara Bio
Illumina
Agilent Technologies
Roche
GE Healthcare
Promega Corporation
Qiagen
Jena Biosciences

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Type I
Type II
Type III
Type IV
Others

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Academic & Research Institutes
Hospitals & Diagnostic Centers
Biopharmaceutical
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Spanning over 121 pages "Forecast of Global Restriction Endonucleases Players Market 2023" report covers Restriction Endonucleases Market Overview, Global Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Restriction Endonucleases Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Restriction Endonucleases Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Restriction Endonucleases Market Forecast (2018-2023), Restriction Endonucleases Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Limonene Market Will Grow at a CAGR 2.5% and Reach USD 340 Million by 2023, from USD 300 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

New Global Limonene Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like Florida Chemical Company, Firmenich, Tropfruit, Citrosuco, Citrus Oleo and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Global Limonene Market will register a 2.5% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 340 million by 2023, from US$ 300 million in 2017.

Limonene is an oral dietary supplement containing a natural cyclic monoterpene and major component of the oil extracted from citrus peels with potential chemo preventive and antitumor activities. Limonene is widely used as a flavor and fragrance and is listed to be generally recognized as safe in food by the food and drug administration.

Limonene is extracted from citrus peels and is mainly concentrated in Brazil, USA and Europe. Currently, there are many producing companies in the world limonene industry. The main players are Florida Chemical Company, Firmenich, Tropfruit, Citrosuco, Citrus Oleo and Ernesto Ventos. The global production of limonene increases to 42944 MT in 2017 from 38371 MT in 2012 with average growth rate of 2.28%. Global limonene capacity utilization rate remained at around 80% in 2016.

In consumption market, the global consumption value of limonene increases with the 3.67% average growth rate. And USA and Brazil are the main consumption regions due to the bigger demand of downstream applications. In 2016, these two regions occupied 59.49% of the global consumption volume in total.

Limonene has many grades, which include pharmaceutical grade, food grade and industrial grade. And each type has application industries relatively. With pharmaceutical value and flavor effect of limonene, the downs downstream application industries will need more limonene products. So, limonene has a huge market potential in the future. Manufacturers engaged in the industry are trying to produce good performance limonene through improving technology.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Limonene will register a 2.5% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 340 million by 2023, from US$ 300 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
Florida Chemical Company
Firmenich
Tropfruit
Citrosuco
Citrus Oleo
Ernesto Ventos
Sucorrico
Agroterenas Citrus
Florachem
Lemon Concentrate

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Pharmaceutical Grade
Food Grade
Industrial Grade

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Pharmaceuticals Industry
Food Additives
Daily Chemicals Products
Chemical Industry
Others

Spanning over 125 pages "Forecast of Global Limonene Players Market 2023" report covers Limonene Market Overview, Global Limonene Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Limonene Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Limonene Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Limonene Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Limonene Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Limonene Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Limonene Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Limonene Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Limonene Market Forecast (2018-2023), Limonene Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Lead Carbon Battery Market Will Grow at a CAGR 18.8% and Reach USD 1160 Million by 2023, from USD 420 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Global Lead Carbon Battery Market will register a 18.8% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 1160 million by 2023, from US$ 420 million in 2017.

Lead Carbon Battery is the Ultra Battery, which is a hybrid device that combines ultra-capacitor technology with lead-acid battery technology in a single cell with a common electrolyte.

Lead Carbon battery add carbon material with high capacitance or highly conductive into the negative electrode, combine the advantages of lead acid battery and super capacitors, Lead carbon battery provide not only high energy density, but also high power, rapid charge and discharge, longer cycle life.

Currently, there are many producing companies in the world. The main market players are ShuangDeng, China Tianneng, Furukawa, Eastpenn, Sacred Sun, Narada, XiongZhuang, Huafu Energy Storage and Axion, and so on. The production value of Lead Carbon Battery is about 349.1 Million USD in 2016.

China is the largest production of Lead Carbon Battery, with a production value market share nearly 69.85% in 2016.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Lead Carbon Battery will register a 18.8% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 1160 million by 2023, from US$ 420 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
ShuangDeng
China Tianneng
Furukawa
Eastpenn
Sacred Sun
Narada
XiongZhuang
Huafu Energy Storage
Axion

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Below 200 Ah
Between 200 and 800 Ah
Above 800 Ah

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Energy Storage Systems
Communication System
Smart Grid and Micro-grid
Others

Spanning over 123 pages "Forecast of Global Lead Carbon Battery Players Market 2023" report covers Lead Carbon Battery Market Overview, Global Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Lead Carbon Battery Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Lead Carbon Battery Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Lead Carbon Battery Market Forecast (2018-2023), Lead Carbon Battery Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Market Will Grow at a CAGR 4.5% and Reach USD 310 Million by 2023, from USD 240 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Market will register a 4.5% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 310 million by 2023, from US$ 240 million in 2017.

Intravesical Bacillus Calmette is used to treat a certain type of bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is the growth of abnormal or cancerous cells on the inner lining of the bladder wall. BCG helps prevent the cancer from coming back in the bladder lining, and also reduces the risk of it becoming invasive.

In the last several years, Global market of Intravesical Bacillus Calmette developed rapidly, with an average growth rate of 5.32%. In 2016, Global revenue of Intravesical Bacillus Calmette is about 230.51 M USD.
The global average gross margin of Intravesical Bacillus Calmette is in an decreasing trend, from 72.18% in 2012 to 70.61% in 2017. With the situation of global economy, gross margin will be in decreasing trend in the following five years.

The type of Intravesical Bacillus Calmette includes 80 mg/Vial, 60 mg/Vial, 40 mg/Vial and other. The proportion of 80 mg/Vial in 2016 is about 65.85%.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Intravesical Bacillus Calmette will register a 4.5% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 310 million by 2023, from US$ 240 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
Merck
Sanofi Pasteur
Japan BCG Laboratory
China National Biotec
Serum Institute of India
GSBPL

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
80 mg/Vial BCG
60 mg/Vial BCG
40 mg/Vial BCG
Others

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Hospitals
Clinics

Spanning over 124 pages "Forecast of Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Players Market 2023" report covers Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Market Overview, Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Market Forecast (2018-2023), Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Injectable Anticoagulants Market Will Grow at a CAGR 2.7% and Reach USD 6.44 Billion by 2023, from USD 5.49 Billion in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

New Global Injectable Anticoagulants Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like Sanofi, Genentech (Roche), Boehringer Ingelheim, Pfizer, The Medicines Company and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Injectable Anticoagulants Market will register a 2.7% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 6440 million by 2023, from US$ 5490 million in 2017.

The injectable anticoagulants include low molecular weight heparin (LMWH) agents (dalteparin [Fragmin®], enoxaparin [Lovenox®]) and factor Xa inhibitors (fondaparinux [Arixtra®]).

In the last several years, global market of injectable anticoagulants developed slowly. In 2016, global revenue of injectable anticoagulants is nearly 5300 M USD. And the global growth rate is slow.

The classification of injectable anticoagulants includes LMWH, DTI and other, and the proportion of LMWH in 2016 is about 55%, and the proportion is in decreasing trend from 2012 to 2016.

Injectable anticoagulants are widely used for VTE, ACS/MI, AF and other field. The most proportion of injectable anticoagulants used to treat AF, and the revenue in 2016 is 3400 M USD.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Injectable Anticoagulants will register a 2.7% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 6440 million by 2023, from US$ 5490 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
Sanofi
Genentech (Roche)
Boehringer Ingelheim
Pfizer
The Medicines Company
Aspen
Otsuka

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Low-molecular-weight Heparin (LMWH)
Direct Thrombin Inhibitor (DTI)
Other

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
VTE
ACS/MI
AF
Other

Spanning over 125 pages "Forecast of Global Injectable Anticoagulants Players Market 2023" report covers Injectable Anticoagulants Market Overview, Global Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Injectable Anticoagulants Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Injectable Anticoagulants Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Injectable Anticoagulants Market Forecast (2018-2023), Injectable Anticoagulants Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Heated Clothing Market Will Grow at a CAGR 18.6% and Reach USD 120 Million by 2023, from USD 44 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

New Global Heated Clothing Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like Gerbing, Venture Heat, S&THONG, EXO², Ravean and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Heated Clothing Market will register a 18.6% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 120 million by 2023, from US$ 44 million in 2017.

This report studies the Heated Clothing market. Most heated clothing is designed for cold-weather sports and activities, such as motorcycle riding, downhill skiing, diving, winter biking, and snowmobiling, trekking and for outdoor workers such as construction workers and carpenters.

The heated clothing industry concentration is high because there are relatively small producers gets the technology to produce them, high-end products mainly from U.S. and Western European.

The key consumption markets locate at developed countries. The United States takes the market share of 47%, followed by Europe with 41% in 2016.

China is a key production market, but it is not a key consumption market. Many U.S. and EU brands like cooperate with Chinese OEM/ODM producers. That makes China a key producer. But on the consumption market, most of Chinese do not even know this product, the China domestic market still need the market guide and market education.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Heated Clothing will register a 18.6% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 120 million by 2023, from US$ 44 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
Gerbing
Venture Heat
S&THONG
EXO²
Ravean
Warm & Safe
Volt Resistance
Blaze Wear
Warmthru
Milwaukee Tool
Gears Canada

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Heated Jackets
Heated Pants
Heated Accessories
Others

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Outdoor Sports
Outdoor Construction
Others

Spanning over 144 pages "Forecast of Global Heated Clothing Players Market 2023" report covers Heated Clothing Market Overview, Global Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Heated Clothing Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Heated Clothing Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Heated Clothing Market Forecast (2018-2023), Heated Clothing Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Flight Simulator Market Will Grow at a CAGR 3.1% and Reach USD 4.17 Billion by 2023, from USD 3.48 Billion in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

New Global Flight Simulator Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like CAE, L3 Technologies, FlightSafety International, Thales, Rockwell Collins and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Flight Simulator Market will register a 3.1% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 4170 million by 2023, from US$ 3480 million in 2017.

A flight simulator is a device that artificially re-creates aircraft flight and the environment in which it flies, for pilot training, design, or other purposes. It includes replicating the equations that govern how aircraft fly, how they react to applications of flight controls, the effects of other aircraft systems, and how the aircraft reacts to external factors such as air density, turbulence, wind shear, cloud, precipitation, etc.

Flight simulators are now extensively used in the aviation industry for design and development and the training of air crew for both civil and military aircraft. In the coming years there is forecasted to be stable demand scale for flight simulator worldwide, especially in emerging market such as China and India, which is expected to drive the industry development of flight simulator. It is forecasted that the global market of flight simulator will reach as high as 4099 Million USD by the end of 2022.

Globally, the flight simulator industry market is quite concentrated as the manufacturing technology of flight simulator is super complex and is related to lots of hardware and software technology. Several enterprises, like CAE, L3 Technologies and FlightSafety International are well-known for the technology status of their flight simulator and related services. At the same time, North America, occupied 80% revenue market share in 2016, is remarkable in the global flight simulator industry because of their market share and technology status.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Flight Simulator will register a 3.1% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 4170 million by 2023, from US$ 3480 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
CAE
L3 Technologies
FlightSafety International
Thales
Rockwell Collins
Boeing
Textron

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
FFS (Full Flight Simulator)
FTD (Flight Training Devices)
Other Types (FBS/FMS)

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Military Application
Commercial Application

Spanning over 125 pages "Forecast of Global Flight Simulator Players Market 2023" report covers Flight Simulator Market Overview, Global Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Flight Simulator Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Flight Simulator Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Flight Simulator Market Forecast (2018-2023), Flight Simulator Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Market Will Grow at a CAGR 0.7% and Reach USD 810 Million by 2023, from USD 780 Million in 2017      Cache   Translate Page      

New Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Players Market 2023 Report Covers market forecast and top Companies like JAMCO, Zodiac Aerospace, AIM Altitude, Bucher Group, Diehl Stiftung and others.

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Market will register a 0.7% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 810 million by 2023, from US$ 780 million in 2017.

Aircraft Galleys Equipment is the kitchen area of an aircraft. They are used to prepare food and drink for consumption during flight.

Aircraft galley equipment mainly includes: galley inserts, galley carts, galley frames. And galley insert is the most widely used type which takes up about 80% of the global total volume in 2016. But the galley frame takes up most of the 70% of the global total value.

USA is the largest market of aircraft galley equipment in the world in the past few years and it will keep the same position in the next few years. Market of the USA took up about 46% the global market in 2016, followed by Europe (38%), and Japan is followed with the share about 12.5%.

Germany, Japan, U.K. are also now the key producers of aircraft galley equipment. There are some producers in China, the main products are inserts. The high quality products are mainly supplied by overseas producers. Other key factories of aircraft galley equipment are from Switzerland, Turkey, etc.

Over the next five years, Study projects that Aircraft Galley Equipment will register a 0.7% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 810 million by 2023, from US$ 780 million in 2017.

This report studies the global market, especially in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, focuses on the top 5 players in each region, with sales, price, revenue and market share from 2013 to 2018, the top players:
B/E Aerospace
JAMCO
Zodiac Aerospace
AIM Altitude
Bucher Group
Diehl Stiftung
Aerolux
Turkish Cabin Interior
DYNAMO Aviation
MAPCO
Biskay
Guoxiong Photoelectric
Huaxin Aviation
Korita Aviation

Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales, revenue, market share of top players in these regions, from 2013 to 2018 (forecast), like
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Korea)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy and Russia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Chile, Peru and Argentina)
Middle East and Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Split by Product Types, with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type, can be divided into
Galley Inserts
Galley Carts
Galley Frames

Split by applications, this report focuses on sales, market share and growth rate in each application, can be divided into
Norrow-body Aircrafts
Wide-body Aircrafts
Others

Spanning over 145 pages "Forecast of Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Players Market 2023" report covers Aircraft Galley Equipment Market Overview, Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Players, Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue (Value) by Regions, Type and Application (2013-2018), North America Top 5 Players Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue and Price, Europe Top 5 Players Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue and Price, Asia-Pacific Top 5 Players Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue and Price, South America Top 5 Players Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue and Price, Middle East & Africa Top 5 Players Aircraft Galley Equipment Sales, Revenue and Price, Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Players Profiles/Analysis, Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Market Forecast (2018-2023), Aircraft Galley Equipment Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers, Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders, Market Effect Factors Analysis, Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix.

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          Critics of Saudi regime are at risk – wherever they may be      Cache   Translate Page      

Disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi shows Riyadh has little respect for borders

The scale of Saudi Arabia’s ambition for total control – both inside and beyond its own borders – was spelled out for the rest of the world at the end of 2017 when the democratically elected leader of another country went missing on an official visit to Riyadh.

The Lebanese prime minister, Saad Hariri, had apparently frustrated Saudi authorities with his policy of accommodation towards Iran-backed Hezbollah, but they had neither the time nor patience for the usual diplomatic tactics such as economic blandishments or political threats.

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          Turkey to search Saudi consulate for missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      

Turkey says it will search the Saudi consulate in Istanbul as part of an investigation into the disappearance of a missing Saudi contributor to the Washington Post, a week after he vanished during a visit there. The announcement came as a surveillance image surfaced of Jamal Khashoggi walking into the consulate just before he disappeared. Turkish officials fear the columnist was killed at the premises. Saudi Arabia has called allegations that it killed the 59-year-old “baseless” but has offered no evidence to show he left the building. US President Donald Trump has expressed concern about the writer’s disappearance, and secretary of state Mike Pompeo said US officials have raised the matter with their Saudi counterparts. “We call on the government of Saudi Arabia to support a thorough investigation of Mr Khashoggi’s disappearance and to be transparent about the results of that investigation,” Mr Pompeo said. Tuesday’s statement from the Turkish Foreign Ministry said Saudi authorities have notified Ankara that they were “open to co-operation” and would allow the consulate building to be searched. The ministry did not say when the premises would be searched. A search would be an extraordinary development, as embassies and consulates under the Vienna Convention are technically foreign soil and must be protected by host nations. However, activists protesting outside the consulate said more needed to be done. The surveillance image bore a date and time stamp, as well as a Turkish caption saying Mr Khashoggi was arriving at the consulate. The Post, which first published the photo, said “a person close to the investigation” shared the image with them. The Turkish newspaper Hurriyet also published the image. The door Mr Khashoggi walked through appeared to be the main entrance of the consulate in Istanbul’s 4th Levent neighbourhood, a leafy, upscale district near the city’s financial hub which is home to several other consulates. However, the consulate has other entrances and exits through which Saudi officials insist he left. It is unclear which camera the footage came from or who operated it. However, a number of CCTV cameras surround the area. Friends of Mr Khashoggi say Turkish police have taken possession of footage from the neighbourhood as part of their investigation. The Saudis have offered no surveillance footage or evidence to corroborate their claims that he left the consulate, and Turkish authorities have not provided evidence to show why they believe the columnist was killed there. “If the story that was told about the murder is true, the Turks must have information and videotape and other documents to back it up,” said Fred Hiatt, the Post’s editorial page editor. “If the story the Saudis are telling, that he just walked out … after half an hour, if that’s true, they ought to have facts and documents and evidence and tapes to back that up.” He added that the “idea of a government luring one of its own citizens on to its own diplomatic property in a foreign country to murder him for the peaceful expression of his views would be unimaginable”. Mr Khashoggi had gone to the consulate in Istanbul for paperwork to marry his Turkish fiancee. He had been living since last year in the US, in part due to the rise of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has shown little tolerance for criticism. As a contributor to the Post, Mr Khashoggi has written extensively about Saudi Arabia, including criticising its war in Yemen, its recent diplomatic spat with Canada and its arrest of women’s rights activists after the lifting of a ban on women driving. Those policies are all seen as initiatives of the crown prince, who has also presided over a round-up of activists and businessmen. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday urged the Saudis to back up their claim that Mr Khashoggi left the consulate. “Now when this person enters, whose duty is it to prove that he left or not? It is (the duty) of the consulate officials,” he said. “Don’t you have cameras and other things? Why don’t you prove it? You have to prove it.” Saudi Arabia is a long-time ally of the US, but on Monday senior officials in Washington expressed alarm over Mr Khashoggi’s disappearance. President Donald Trump said: “I don’t like hearing about it. And hopefully that will sort itself out. Right now, nobody knows anything about it, but there are some pretty bad stories going around. I do not like it.”

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          Saudi Recklessness and the Myth of ‘Withdrawal’      Cache   Translate Page      

Originally appeared on The American Conservative. Hal Brands makes an extremely shaky assertion about recent Saudi recklessness and U.S. involvement in the Middle East: Much of Saudi Arabia’s recent behavior has been linked to the rise of MBS, who seems driven by a combination of ambition, arrogance and recklessness. Yet it is not a coincidence … Continue reading "Saudi Recklessness and the Myth of ‘Withdrawal’"

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          Menteri Hanif Terharu Ketika Kunjungi Desa Kantong TKI di NTT      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Maumere Menteri Ketenagakerjaan M. Hanif Dhakiri terharu hingga meneteskan air mata ketika memberi sambutan pada masyarakat di desa kantong pekerja migran/ TKI di Nusa Tenggara Timur. Pasalnya, Menaker Hanif teringat akan masa kecilnya ketika ibunya pergi ke Saudi Arabia.

“Saya ini anak TKI asli. Ibu saya 6 tahun di Saudi Arabia. Namanya TKI, ada yang sukses, ada yang biasa saja. Alhamdulillah ibu saya dalam keadaan yang baik,” kata Menaker Hanif di depan puluhan warga Desa Bone, Nusa Tenggara Timur, pada hari Selasa (9/10/2018). 

Menaker Hanif mengaku senang berkumpul dengan keluarga TKI karena ingin selalu memberi semangat sehingga kehidupannya menjadi lebih baik. Di masa depan keluarga TKI jangan sampai lagi melahirkan TKI.

“TKI harus melahirkan doktor, TKI harus melahirkan insinyur, TKI harus melahirkan camat, TKI harus melahirkan bupati, TKI harus melahirkan menteri. Bahkan mungkin saja TKI melahirkan presiden bagi Republik Indonesia,” tegas Hanif.

Menaker memberi semangat untuk selalu yakin dan bekerja keras. Tidak menyerah pada keadaan, selalu tingkatkan keahlian dan kompetensi.

“Kalau bekerja ke luar negeri, bapak ibu sekalian, ada tiga hal yang harus disiapkan. Siap mental, siap skill (keahlian) dan siap bahasa,” terang Menaker.

Kalau misalnya tiga hal tersebut belum siap, Menaker menegaskan, mending jangan berangkat, di rumah saja. Karena ketiga hal tersebut merupakan salah satu bentuk perlindungan pekerja migran kita di luar negeri.

Pemerintah berupaya melalui program desa migran produktif (Desmigratif) dalam mengatasi kasus perdagangan manusia yang banyak terjadi di NTT.

“Ini program yang sederhana, tapi intinya bagaimana bisa memberikan pelayanan dan perlindungan sejak dari desa. Karena kalau perlindungannya dari desa, resiko juga bisa kita kurangi,” tambah Menaker.

Menutup sambutannya, Menaker meminta dukungan dari seluruh instansi terkait serta warga desa untuk bisa menghidupkan program Desmigratif ini.

 

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          House Republicans defend their lying attack ads: Hey, sometimes the lies work      Cache   Translate Page      

Republican groups just keep breaking new territory in ugly and false attack ads against Democrats. Like attacking Jason Crow, a Colorado Democrat, for having missed meetings of a local veterans board without mentioning that he missed the meetings while his pregnant wife was on bed rest and when they had a new baby. Or like this:

One spot insinuates that [Abigail] Spanberger, who is challenging Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), has ties to extremists because she taught at a Saudi Arabian-funded Muslim school where two infamous terrorists once attended. The CIA not only knew about the job, but later hired Spanberger and employed her for eight years. 

Most of the worst ads are coming from the Congressional Leadership Fund or the National Republican Congressional Committee, and, according to a CLF spokesperson, the ads are justified because they work: “The mere fact that Democrats are complaining about CLF ads speaks to the effectiveness of the ads and the degree to which it’s taken Democratic candidates in key races off their message.” Lying will do that! 

The ads have drawn pushback not just from Democrats but from local media and from members of the clergy. Lying will do that, too.

Let's take back the House from these lying, race-baiting sacks of scum. Can you chip in $1 to each Daily Kos-endorsed House candidate?


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          "Nikki Haley, Saudi Arabia, Sergei Skripal: Your Wednesday Briefing" by PENN BULLOCK via NYT https://t.co/jRgIvFWrpi      Cache   Translate Page      
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          How a fake Saudi prince allegedly swindled Turnberry’s Jeffrey Soffer      Cache   Translate Page      
Turnberry Associates developer Jeffrey Soffer thought he had an offer from the prince of Saudi Arabia to buy the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in 2017 for $140 million more than what it was worth. Negotiations spanned for months, as Soffer allegedly wined and dined the supposed prince and bought him a Cartier bracelet worth $50,000, along with expensive artwork to court his investment, according to Vanity Fair.  In total, he gave the prince $150,000 in gifts. ... [more]
          RCS and the battle for the mobile inbox      Cache   Translate Page      

When OTT providers first started offering calls and messaging for a fraction of the cost of mobile network operators, many telcos feared that one-day they might simply become dumb data pipes.

For many MNOs today that scenario has become a reality.

In countries like Brazil and China, OTT applications are now the primary channels for P2P (person-to-person) communication. WhatsApp penetration continues to grow at a significant rate, for example in Saudi Arabia (73%), Malaysia (68%) and Indonesia (40%).

For some telcos this is good news. The surge in the use of WhatsApp...

          Fiancée asks Trump to help Post’s missing Saudi contributor      Cache   Translate Page      

ISTANBUL (AP) — The fiancée of a missing Saudi contributor to The Washington Post is asking President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump to “help shed light” on his disappearance. In a column published Wednesday by the Post, Hatice Cengiz wrote: “I also urge Saudi Arabia, especially King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin ...

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          SoftBank is in talks to invest $15B - $20B in WeWork for a majority stake      Cache   Translate Page      

Miguel McKelvey WeWork

  • Softbank may make an investment between $15 billion and $20 billion in WeWork, giving it a majority stake in the co-working space company, according to the Wall Street Journal.
  • The discussions are ongoing and a deal is not guaranteed.
  • SoftBank’s technology-focused Vision Fund already made a $4.4 billion investment in WeWork last August, giving it a 20% ownership stake in the company. 

SoftBank is in discussions about investing $15 billion to $20 billion in WeWork, giving it a majority stake in the co-working space company, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Tuesday.

The potential deal — a massive investment in a private company even by the dizzying standards of Silicon Valley — would effectively give Japan's SoftBank control of the fast-growing office sharing company.

And it would cement SoftBank Chairman Masayoshi Son's position as the dominant power in the modern tech economy, with everything from the semiconductors that power smartphones to telecommunications networks in his empire. 

The discussion to invest in WeWork are ongoing and a deal is not guaranteed, according to the WSJ report, which cites anonymous sources. Representatives of SoftBank and WeWork did not immediately return Business Insider's requests for comment. 

Billions of dollars and lots of skeptics

It's not clear what valuation SoftBank would give WeWork in the majority-stake deal. Business Insider reported in June that Rajeev Misra, the chief executive of SoftBank's Vision Fund, told a conference that WeWork was seeking to raise new funds at a valuation of $35 billion, up sharply from its 2016 valuation of $20 billion. He did not say whether SoftBank was participating in the round.

WeWork, which was founded 8 years ago, has attracted billions in capital to fund its business fitting up and leasing out building space as shared offices. The company has expanded to 22 countries and is on track to generate more than $2 billion in revenue this year. 

But the company's rapid expansion and multiple diverse acquisitions mean it's burning money. Skeptics worry that WeWork's core proposition of taking on long leases, doing up office spaces, then subleasing them doesn't justify its huge valuation.

The company lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the first six months of the year according to media reports, and its losses in the UK nearly tripled, according to recent filings seen by Business Insider.  That said, WeWork's European flagship building in London turned a profit in 2017, a vindication of what the company claims is a viable business model.

SoftBank's investment would likely be through its $92 billion Vision Fund, which is backed by Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi wealth funds as well as SoftBank's own capital, the Journal reported. The technology-focused Vision Fund already made a $4.4 billion investment in WeWork last August, giving it a 20% ownership stake in the company. 

Japan-based SoftBank's largest investment to date in a venture-backed startup was $7.7 billion for 15% ownership in Uber, according to The Wall Street Journal. 

Read more about WeWork and Softbank:

One of WeWork's buildings is profitable, and the company says it's a vindication of its model

WeWork is looking to raise new funds at a $35 billion valuation, according to its major investor SoftBank

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          House Republicans defend their lying attack ads: Hey, sometimes the lies work      Cache   Translate Page      

Republican groups just keep breaking new territory in ugly and false attack ads against Democrats. Like attacking Jason Crow, a Colorado Democrat, for having missed meetings of a local veterans board without mentioning that he missed the meetings while his pregnant wife was on bed rest and when they had a new baby. Or like this:

One spot insinuates that [Abigail] Spanberger, who is challenging Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), has ties to extremists because she taught at a Saudi Arabian-funded Muslim school where two infamous terrorists once attended. The CIA not only knew about the job, but later hired Spanberger and employed her for eight years. 

Most of the worst ads are coming from the Congressional Leadership Fund or the National Republican Congressional Committee, and, according to a CLF spokesperson, the ads are justified because they work: “The mere fact that Democrats are complaining about CLF ads speaks to the effectiveness of the ads and the degree to which it’s taken Democratic candidates in key races off their message.” Lying will do that! 

The ads have drawn pushback not just from Democrats but from local media and from members of the clergy. Lying will do that, too.

Let's take back the House from these lying, race-baiting sacks of scum. Can you chip in $1 to each Daily Kos-endorsed House candidate?


          Saudi megacity abruptly removed Jony Ive’s name from its advisory board      Cache   Translate Page      

Jony doesn’t put his name on just anything.

Saudi Arabia’s megacity project NEOM originally listed Apple design chief Jony Ive as one of 19 members of the project’s advisory board, and it was reported as such by the Kingdom’s state news agency.

But Apple has now confirmed to BuzzFeed News‘s Tom Gara that Ive is not part of the board, and the board is now listed as having only 18 members. “Apple’s Jony Ive was initially on the list,” writes Business Insider, “but Apple says his inclusion was a mistake and he has nothing to do with the project.”

NEOM’s Twitter account said earlier that the advisory board would be made up of the “a team of the world’s leading minds and experts combining the best and brightest global experts to develop the future.”

And the board still lists some big names, including Y Combinator’s Sam Altman, Marc Andreessen, Travis Kalanick, and Ideo president Tim Brown. So far we’ve heard no reports that other big names might drop off the board.

A year ago, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman announced the launch of the NEOM project, a $500 billion “megacity” that is to be built in northwest Saudi Arabia.


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          10/10/2018: Front Page: Riyadh rejects allegations over missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia has described as “absolutely false and baseless” any allegations that the kingdom detained or killed missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi ambassador to the US Prince Khalid Bin Salman said he had “regular contact” with Khashoggi...
          10/10/2018: Markets: Aramco IPO delay not expected to impact equities in Saudi Arabia      Cache   Translate Page      

The delay in listing Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Aramco) will not have an impact on local bourses, according to Naveed Aurakzai, chief executive of Alkhair Capital. The initial public offering was expected to boost liquidity. However, recent reports...
          10/10/2018: Markets: EFG chasing Saudi IPOs, Nigerian broker      Cache   Translate Page      
Egyptian investment bank EFG Hermes is chasing private sector IPOs and midmarket mergers and acquisitions in Saudi Arabia, co-head of investment banking Mohammad Fahmi said. He said many potential candidates for IPOs in the kingdom are looking at dual...
          10/10/2018: Markets: Saudi stocks strengthen links to oil      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia’s stocks and Brent crude are trading with the strongest link in 15 months as the increasing price of the commodity could lead to faster economic growth for the world’s biggest oil exporter. The 120-day correlation between Brent crude and...
          10/10/2018: It’s Hot: WWE’s Roman Reigns and co in Saudi Arabia      Cache   Translate Page      

WWE star Shawn Michaels will return to the ring alongside Triple H while DX takes on The Brothers of Destruction, The Undertaker and Kane, at Crown Jewel, to be held at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on November 2. The event...
          Boxed off: If Saudi dictatorship murdered & dismembered critic in Turkey, how would Erdogan respond?      Cache   Translate Page      
As Riyadh is accused of allegedly murdering their critic Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, the key question is how President Erdogan would respond if suspicions are confirmed. My money is on him responding with blood and iron.

Khashoggi was allegedly killed inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey last week. If a Washington Post columnist had been ‘murdered and dismembered’ in Moscow, the UN Security Council would already be in session. If he had been carried out in boxes from an Iranian Embassy, the US and its allies would already be at war with Iran.

Not one British newspaper has reported the story on their front page despite the UK's kissing-close relationship with the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman (MbS) and the fact that Khashoggi was, only a week ago, a visitor to London where he appeared on the state broadcaster BBC.

Saudi Arabia denies having murdered Khashoggi, a writer on the Washington Post and exiled critic of the absolutist monarchy, inside his country's consulate in Istanbul. But Turkish sources close to President Erdogan say that is the preliminary finding of their police officers examining the alleged scene of the crime.

For certain, Khashoggi, a resident in Washington, has disappeared.

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/440771-khashoggi-murdered-turkey-saudi/



          Petrol Pump Politics.      Cache   Translate Page      
Unaffordable?  Labour supporters should brace themselves for a National Party-driven social media campaign built around the slogan: “At $2.40 a litre, we can’t afford Jacinda.” Re-cycled though this catch-phrase may be, for Kiwis on low incomes paying far too much for gas it’s likely to have a catchy ring to it. (And anyone on the Labour team thinking about telling these folk to “go electric” should, perhaps, recall the effect on the breadless masses of the thoughtless suggestion that they should consider eating cake!)

“AT A DOLLAR a gallon we can’t afford Rowling.” Given his latest media release (8/10/18)  “Government Pricing Kiwis Out Of Their Cars”, someone’s obviously been schooling up young Simon Bridges on the way Rob Muldoon smashed Labour in 1975.

[Bill Rowling, for all you millennials out there, was the Labour Prime Minister of New Zealand from September 1974 until December 1975, and a gallon (4.5 litres) was the unit of measure at the petrol pump. So, yes, you’re right, the motorists of 1975 paid roughly a tenth of what we pay today to fill up our tanks! – C.T.]

But even back when petrol was only a dollar a gallon, Kiwi motorists were hurting. Ever since the Yom Kippur War of October 1973, during which Egypt and Syria came within an ace of destroying the State of Israel, the price of oil had soared. Saudi Arabia and the other Arab oil-exporters had imposed an embargo on the USA and its allies for resupplying the Israelis with arms and ammunition. The resulting price-hikes delivered a stunning blow to the Western economy. The so-called “Oil Shocks” of 1973-79 marked the end of the Great Post-War Boom. Almost overnight, New Zealanders – along with just about everyone else in the Western World – lost confidence in the future. Even worse, they began casting about for someone to blame.

Hence, the National Party’s propaganda blaming soaring oil prices on Bill Rowling. Of course, anybody who had been following current affairs over the previous two years knew perfectly well that National was peddling what today we would call “fake news”. But, those weren’t the people Muldoon was after. The voters he was seeking to enlist alongside National’s habitual supporters were the disoriented, frustrated and just flat-out angry working-class Kiwis who were struggling to work out what had all-of-a-sudden gone wrong with their world.

Like the former Democratic Party supporters backing Trump in 2016, these bewildered Labour voters found it increasingly difficult to identify with “their” party. Labour was supposed to stand for “the working man” and his values, but now, following the tragic death of that quintessential working-class battler, “Big Norm” Kirk in August 1974, the party was led by a training-college lecturer. What’s more, he and his colleagues were advancing policies which seemed to have more in common with the demands of the long-haired hippies and protesters in the streets than they did with the “ordinary Kiwi joker” and his concerns. Not the least of these being the soaring price of petrol.

Muldoon and his campaign advisers were only too aware of the culture war that was brewing in the Labour Party and they couldn’t wait to exploit it.

Over the course of the 1960s and 70s, Labour’s membership had dwindled. The party branches were peopled predominantly by people who may have been young and radical in the 1930s and 40s but who were now very settled in their ways – and views – which tended towards the socially conservative. Many Labour stalwarts were Roman Catholics, Baptists and Salvation Army members. They bitterly resented the small but active groups of liberals and radicals who had begun drifting into Labour from 1969 onwards. They were seen as middle-class carpet-baggers without the slightest idea of what it meant to be a working-class Kiwi.

These were the people for whom National’s election slogan, “New Zealand the way YOU want it”, was created. The people who had begun to feel neglected, misunderstood and even a little bit despised by the people at the top of the Labour Party – and their intellectual friends. Some of the more prominent of these had banded together in the group called “Citizens for Rowling”. In the ears of a great many Kiwis, that sounded a lot more like “Citizens Against Muldoon”.

It was a huge strategic error on the part of Labour’s hifalutin supporters. Instead of turning people against the pugnacious National leader, it drew them towards him. Just as liberal America’s hatred of Trump only served to entrench his support among aggrieved Americans without college degrees or six-figure salaries, Labour’s near-obsession with Rob Muldoon proved to be one of the key factors in the growth of “Rob’s Mob”. This was the peculiar assemblage of “ordinary blokes and blokesses” for whom Muldoon felt more like a Labour leader than the thoroughly decent but doggedly uninspiring Rowling.

Forty years on, Labour supporters should brace themselves for a National Party-driven social media campaign built around the slogan: “At $2.40 a litre, we can’t afford Jacinda.” Second-hand though it may be, it’s bound to acquire some measure of political purchase. How could it not when, for Kiwis on low incomes, $2.40 a litre for gas is just one more burden for them to bear. (And anyone on the Labour team thinking about telling these folk to “go electric” should, perhaps, recall the effect on the breadless masses of the thoughtless suggestion that they should consider eating cake!)

National’s big problem is that Simon Bridges is not Rob Muldoon. Bridges simply does not possess Muldoon’s ability to inspire both confidence and hope, fear and dread. Nor is Jacinda Ardern even remotely like Bill Rowling. The latter always came across as the person for whom the saying “nice guys finish last” was invented. And although stardust was intermittently available to politicians back in 1975, the historical record makes it very clear that nobody ever got so much as a speck of it to Bill.

About the only thing Bridges has got going for him is that, unlike the 1973-79 oil shocks, the steady rise in the price of petrol over the period 2018-2021 cannot be sheeted home to greedy Arab oil magnates. This time, a large measure of it is Labour’s own work.

This essay was originally posted on The Daily Blogof Tuesday, 9 October 2018.

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WASHINGTON: The fiancee of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Tuesday asked President Donald Trump to help uncover what happened to the Riyadh critic who she said had "been fighting for his principles".

Hatice Cengiz made the appeal in an opinion piece for The Washington Post newspaper, where Khashoggi was a columnist and an outspoken critic of some of Riyadh's policies.

A veteran journalist, Khashoggi disappeared on Oct 2 after entering Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul to arrange paperwork for his wedding to Cengiz, a Turk.

Government sources in Turkey said police believe the 59-year-old was killed inside the consulate, claims which Riyadh dismissed as "baseless".

Cengiz wrote that she was "confident in the abilities of Turkish government officials".

"At this time, I implore President Trump and first lady Melania Trump to help shed light on Jamal's disappearance," she said.

"I also urge Saudi Arabia, especially King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to show the same level of sensitivity and release CCTV footage from the consulate," Cengiz wrote.

Trump on Monday expressed concern about Khashoggi's case and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called for a thorough investigation.

Turkish police were also looking into the possibility that Khashoggi was kidnapped, local media reported.

Riyadh has said Khashoggi left the consulate after his visit.

Although Khashoggi knew that his opinions had angered certain people, he entered the consulate "without doubting he would be safe there," his fiancee wrote, but after three hours of waiting "fear and concern" overcame her.

Khashoggi had fled his homeland in Sept last year and had been living in self-imposed exile in the United States, where he had applied for US citizenship, Cengiz said.

A former Saudi government advisor, Khashoggi has been openly critical of Prince Mohammed, accusing him of introducing a new era of "fear, intimidation, arrests and public shaming".

Cengiz wrote she remains confident that the "great man" is still alive, "although my hope slowly fades away each passing day". — AFP
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Turkish police are investigating whether a black Mercedes van was used to abduct a Saudi journalist who went missing after entering the Saudi Arabian consulate here last week, as the two regional powers sparred over his disappearance and U.S. authorities expressed alarm.
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ISTANBUL – Turkey said Tuesday that it will search the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials’ fears the writer had been killed inside the building.

That Saudi Arabia would allow foreigners to enter a consulate and search it shows the growing international pressure the kingdom faces over the disappearance of Khashoggi, a contributor to the Washington Post.

The Saudis have called allegations of any involvement in his disappearance “baseless,” but had no immediate comment on Turkey’s announcement. It remained unclear when the search would take place.

President Donald Trump and European leaders all have called on Riyadh to explain what happened to the 59-year-old journalist who has criticized the Saudi government. So far, the kingdom has offered no evidence in the past seven days to show that Khashoggi ever left the building, as a new surveillance photo surfaced showed him walking in its main entrance.

“The Saudi Consulate cannot absolve itself of responsibility for this incident by allowing its premises to be searched,” said Gulseren Yoleri of the Human Rights Association. “It has to prove that Jamal wasn’t oppressed at the consulate and that he left safely.”

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also said U.S. officials have raised the matter with their Saudi counterparts.

“We call on the government of Saudi Arabia to support a thorough investigation of Mr. Khashoggi’s disappearance and to be transparent about the results of that investigation,” Pompeo said in a statement.

Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said Saudi authorities have notified Ankara that they were “open to cooperation” and would allow the consulate building to be searched. Such a search would be an extraordinary development, as embassies and consulates under the Vienna Convention are technically foreign soil and must be protected by host nations. Saudi Arabia may have agreed to the search in order to appease its Western allies and the international community.

A surveillance image has surfaced, showing Khashoggi entering the consulate Oct. 2. The picture bore a date and time stamp, as well as a Turkish caption saying that Khashoggi was arriving at the consulate. The Post, which first published the photo, said “a person close to the investigation” shared the image with them, without elaborating. The Turkish newspaper Hurriyet also published the image.

The door Khashoggi used appeared to be the main entrance of the consulate in Istanbul’s 4th Levent neighborhood, a leafy, upscale district near the city’s financial hub that’s home to several other consulates. The consulate has other entrances and exits as well, and Saudi officials insist he left through one of them.

It’s unclear which camera the footage came from or who operated it. However, a number of closed-circuit surveillance cameras surround the area. Friends of Khashoggi say Turkish police have taken possession of footage from the neighborhood as part of their investigation.

The Saudis have offered no surveillance footage or evidence to corroborate their claims that Khashoggi left the consulate, and Turkish authorities have not provided evidence to show why they believe the columnist was killed there.

“If the story that was told about the murder is true, the Turks must have information and videotape and other documents to back it up,” Fred Hiatt, the Post’s editorial page editor, told The Associated Press. “If the story the Saudis are telling, that he just walked out ... after half an hour, if that’s true, they ought to have facts and documents and evidence and tapes to back that up.”

Hiatt added that the “idea of a government luring one of its own citizens onto its own diplomatic property in a foreign country to murder him for the peaceful expression of his views would be unimaginable.”

Khashoggi had gone to the consulate in Istanbul for paperwork to marry his Turkish fiancée. He had been living in the United States since last year, in self-imposed exile, in part due to the rise of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has shown little tolerance for criticism.

As a contributor to the Post, Khashoggi has written extensively about Saudi Arabia, including criticism of its war in Yemen, its recent diplomatic spat with Canada and its arrest of women’s rights activists after the lifting of a ban on women driving. Those policies are all seen as initiatives of the crown prince, who has also presided over a roundup of activists and businessmen.

The U.N. human rights office said Khashoggi’s disappearance is “of serious concern.” Spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani said in Geneva that it would be “truly shocking” if reports of his death are confirmed.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday urged the Saudis to back up their claim that Khashoggi left the consulate.

“Now when this person enters, whose duty is it to prove that he left or not? It is (the duty) of the consulate officials,” Erdogan said while visiting Hungary. “Don’t you have cameras and other things? Why don’t you prove it? You have to prove it.”

Ties between Ankara and Riyadh are at a low point over Turkey’s support for Qatar in that country’s yearlong dispute with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations. Turkey sent food to Qatar and deployed troops at its military base there as the other nations imposed a boycott on the wealthy Gulf country. Meanwhile, Turkey’s support of Islamists also has riled Gulf Arab nations, who view groups like the Muslim Brotherhood as a threat.

A Sunni power, Saudi Arabia is also annoyed by Ankara’s rapprochement with the kingdom’s Shiite archrival, Iran.

Saudi Arabia is a longtime ally of the U.S., but on Monday senior U.S. officials expressed alarm over Khashoggi’s disappearance.

Trump, who took his first overseas trip as U.S. president to the kingdom and whose son-in-law Jared Kushner has close ties to Prince Mohammed, said while he had not yet talked to the Saudis about Khashoggi.

“But I will be at some point,” he said Tuesday, without elaborating.


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AMAL Khashoggi strolled into the Saudi Arabian consulate expecting to finalise some routine paperwork — and vanished. Hours later it is thought that his dismembered body was smuggled out of the building inside diplomatic boxes. Mr Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi regime, is said to have been butchered by a 15-strong death squad at […]
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Last year, Khashoggi fled Saudi Arabia over harsh crackdowns on regime critics. Friction between him and its despotic ruling family surfaced after saying the kingdom should be “nervous about a Trump presidency.”

He opposed Saudi aggression in Yemen, its unacceptable policies toward Qatar, and harshness against critics.

Banned from writing and speaking out publicly, he self-exiled himself to America, saying

“I have left my home, my family and my job, and I am raising my voice,” adding:

“To do otherwise would betray those who languish in prison. I can speak when so many cannot.”

Earlier this year, he said Saudi intellectuals and journalists risk imprisonment for criticizing ruling family policies.

The State Department was largely silent on Khashoggi’s disappearance, a statement saying it’s aware of reports and seeks more information.

Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) is ruthlessly intolerant of regime criticism. If proved responsible for Khashoggi’s death, relations with Turkey will likely worsen.

They deteriorated markedly in recent years. Saudi consul-general Mohammad al-Otaiba claimed Khashoggi “is not at the consulate nor in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the consulate and the embassy are working to search for him.”

His fiancee Hatice Cengiz waited for him outside the consulate. She disbelieves the regime’s explanation about his disappearance.

Kingdom assassins likely murdered him. Its ruling are authorities contemptuous of civil and human rights, along with disdaining the rule of law.


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          Managing Youth at Risk - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Oman,Saudi Arabia       Cache   Translate Page      
Working with youth at risk means working with young people in situations that hinders their positive development. Such as: homelessness, drugs abuse, Sexual Transmitted Diseases, Juvenile delinquency. Besides working with youth in natural disasters and conflict areas.

The aim of this program is to help youth workers to understand the nature and the circumstances of youth at risk. The program presents approaches of managing young people at at risk, at risk policy development, and at risk program development.

Program Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Work effectively with young people at risk.
  • Make use of strategies used for working with youth in natural disasters, homeless youth and refugees, young people in conflict areas.
  • Understand the nature and the circumstances of young refugees, and the youth in conflict areas.
  • Develop effective programs that guides and supports youth at risk.
  • Understand the circumstances that leads to juvenile delinquency, and make use of crime prevention approaches.
Who Should Attend?
  • Youth workers at conflict areas.
  • Professionals of organizations that targets homeless youth and refugees.
  • Police department officers.
  • Social and health awareness organizations.
  • School and university social advisers.
  • Volunteers and employees of NGOs that operates in risk areas.
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Program Outline

Day 1

Youth At Risk Concept
Youth at risk: nature and circumstances
Risks that hinders youth development
(Drugs Abuse, Juvenile Delinquency, STDs)
Youth workers roles

Day 2

Working with young people at risk: strategies and approaches
Conflict resolution skills in youth groups
Youth at risk policy formulation and development

Day 3

Strategies for working with young people in natural disasters and conflict areas
Working with homeless youth and refugees
Best Practices of working with youth at risk

Cost:

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Whenever two or more people interact, either as individuals or as part of a group, there is always potential for conflict. It is no different when you interact with young people in a work setting: the potential for conflict is present. It is important that you are aware of that potential so that you are able to identify a conflict situation and intervene appropriately to control it.
Workers dealing with young people are often confronted with difficult situations in which they may be asked to assist in resolving young people's problems and conflicts. These may be internal problems of relationships within a youth group, or relationships between young people and those in authority, or even conflict between yourself and the young people you are working with.
This program has been designed to help you understand the nature of conflict and its effects on people in a range of contexts, both at an individual and at a group level. We will also look at the processes involved in behavior that occurs between different groups, called inter-group behaviour, and its potential impact on group members.

Program Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
identify examples of conflict in the region where you live, understand their origins and describe the course the conflicts have taken.
Recognize the different approaches that have been used in resolving conflict, and the strengths and weaknesses of these approaches.
Apply the insights gained from studying conflict situations to the kinds of conflict that are encountered in youth development work.
Recognize the existence of pre-conflict and conflict situations when they are encountered in different youth and development settings.
Employ negotiation and mediation skills in bringing together conflicting groups or individuals.
Consider strategies to resolve conflict when agreement cannot be reached by consensus.

Who Should Attend?

Youth workers in government departments, corporations and NGOs.
Young leaders.
Youth Program coordinators.
School and University teachers.
Professionals responsible for youth policy formulation and strategy development.
Police department officers.

Program Outline

Day 1
Conflict
Analysing conflict
Conflict in groups
The conflict process model

Day 2
The Five Stages
Resolving Conflict
Dealing with conflict
Ending conflict
Practicing conflict resolution skills
Bargaining strategies
Negotiation skills

Day 3
Conflict Among Groups
Inter-group relations
Impact of conflict on group dynamics
Managing conflict among groups

Cost:

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ISTANBUL (AP) " The fiancée of a missing Saudi contributor to The Washington Post is asking President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump to "help shed light" on his disappearance.In a column published Wednesday by the Post, Hatice Cengiz wrote: "I also urge Saudi Arabia, especially King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to show the same level of sensitivity and release CCTV footage from the consulate."Writer Jamal Khashoggi, who had written critically about [...]
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A week ago, the Saudi Arabian dissident and writer Jamal Khashoggi was in Istanbul, where he visited the Saudi Consulate. Since that time, there is no record of his whereabouts, and Turkish investigators believe he was murdered inside the consulate, his body dismembered. Not only has this situation thrown a wrench into the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Turkey, but it has caused a worldwide uproar and threatens to damage the rose-tinted image of Mohammed Bin Salman, known as MBS, the 33-year old Saudi crown prince who is close to the Trump administration and family and who has tried—successfully—to convince many people in the West that he is a reformer. Though we still don’t know what happened to Khashoggi, stifling dissent lines up more with the reality of MBS’s rule than the moderate fantasy: Despite lifting a ban on women driving, he has overseen a brutal war in Yemen, a blockade of Qatar, a bizarre quasi-kidnapping of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, and a continuing crackdown on dissidents in his own country.

To talk about the Khashoggi case and the MBS era in Saudi Arabia, I spoke by phone with Karen Elliott House, a former diplomatic correspondent and foreign editor at the Wall Street Journal and the author of On Saudi Arabia: Its People, Past, Religion, Fault Lines—and Future. During the course of our conversation, which has been edited and condensed for clarity, we discussed why Saudi Arabia might have killed Khashoggi, the future of MBS’s agenda, and whether or not she is willing to re-evaluate her earlier, positive impression of him.

Isaac Chotiner: How much of a break do you think this feels like with the general way that Saudi Arabia deals with dissent, which has obviously not been gently?

Karen Elliott House: If it is true what the Turks say happened to Khashoggi, it is, I think, a marked change from the way they have by and large dealt with dissenters over the course of the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 1932. [Turkish President] Erdoğan, as you know, is not an honest man. I’m not saying it didn’t happen, but I wouldn’t trust Erdoğan’s view of what happened. I think the call to “let us see the videotape” is the right one.

If the Saudis are ramping up the way they go after dissent, how do you understand that?

I can’t explain it. That is exactly what interests me: If this is true, what is going on that the rest of us don’t know about that would make this seem like an intelligent and wise thing to do? MBS gave an interview to Bloomberg last week in which he says that he is trying to reform the country, carry out his Vision 2030 without causing a civil war. I found that fascinating because nothing I know—and I go to Saudi Arabia at least twice a year—makes me believe that the country is that precarious. [But] he seems to be saying that there is a serious extremism and terrorism issue in Saudi Arabia … not in the region as a whole, in Saudi Arabia. From everything one sees, his openings, his reforms have been received quite well. There’s no doubt there are people who oppose them, but I wouldn’t have the sense that the country is teeming with the potential for civil war because Saudis very much prize stability.

Even if it is true, why does killing a dissident or cracking down on dissidents help your modernization plan and protect it from terrorists?

He also goes on in that Bloomberg interview to say that there are people in the country who are cooperating with Qatar and Iran and we can’t allow them to go around stirring up trouble, by which I assume he means stirring up the extremism in the country. In other words, that this is a clash between extremism and modernity. There are people who oppose letting women drive and [opening the] cinema and all of the things he’s doing, but you don’t get the sense that there are enough of them that there is a real risk of some fundamentalist backlash unless he is planning to do something going forward that none of us know about.

Also, people like Khashoggi and other dissidents are not the ones opposing letting women drive or opening movie theaters.

No, no. As you know, Khashoggi lost his job at a Saudi newspaper for, in essence, running articles against fundamentalism and for women driving and other openings in the past. It’s odd that he winds up in this trouble at the time when he, in that sense, is sharing the crown prince’s view of fundamentalism: Extremism is a bad thing and women driving is a good thing. Again, I cannot explain this.

A lot of the conversations in the American press about MBS for a very long time took the line that he was a well-meaning reformer who was trying to do right by his country, and occasionally there’d be something that wasn’t great but fundamentally his intentions were good. Do you have reason to think that we should necessarily believe that that’s the prism through which to view him?

I am one of those who, from meeting him several times, believed that he did understand the need for changing Saudi Arabia’s economy and social structure, because doing the latter is necessary to do the former. To change the economy, you have to let women work and women drive. [I believed] that he truly understood the economic risks and thus the social and political risks that the country faced if it did not change and [believed] that he was both courageous and charismatic enough to push that forward. His critics say he’s irrational. He’s impulsive. He may be impulsive, but I really don’t think he’s irrational, so I keep asking myself, what does he know or what has he convinced himself of? I don’t see any threats to him or to the country. So I would like to know what is this threat that he sees that … if this is true, that would make one go to this length?

Couldn’t one answer simply be that he doesn’t like criticism the way a lot of authoritarian rulers do not like criticism?

Absolutely. No authoritarian ruler likes criticism, but it’s only people like Putin and Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong-un who actually kill their critics. Most authoritarian rulers lock them up. They throw away the key. They try them and then eliminate them after a trial, which we wouldn’t regard as free and fair, but they go at least through that process. It’s only, I repeat, the Saddams and the Putins and the Kim Jong-uns who just—

Wait. I don’t want to get into a moral weighing of the scales because I’m not equipped to do that, but there were reports that people were being tortured at the hotel where MBS had a bunch of people locked up. There have been reports just generally of dissidents being treated very poorly. I’m not sure why he doesn’t belong more in that Putin category than the others, especially when you add in things like what’s going on in the war in Yemen, where he is overseeing a war where many civilians are dying and people are starving to death for very little purpose as far as I can tell. Why would we not put him in that Putin category?

I personally see the war in Yemen … he believes, and I believe he truly believes, that the Iranians are a threat to him in Yemen and that he has to fight that war. It is not going well, and I don’t think it’s likely to go well. I don’t think they know how to win it or get out of it, but to me, at least, war casualties are a different thing from taking one of your citizens and hacking him to bits.

You said that there are some people who see MBS as impulsive and reckless. Given what you’ve just described—him getting involved in this Yemen thing that doesn’t feel like it’s going well, given what happened with the Lebanese prime minister, given the blockade of Qatar that he has helped see through—why would we not think of him as impulsive? What has he done to make us not think that he’s impulsive and reckless?

This is like, if you disagree with somebody, you can believe they were impulsive and reckless. He went into the Yemen war. That’s like how we went into the Vietnam War. We didn’t think it was so hopeless in the beginning. Now he’s stuck. I don’t think that’s proof of impulsiveness. The severing of relations with Qatar, I have never been able to understand. I don’t know whether that’s irrationality or impulsiveness or what. For me, it’s not sane policy to have a fight with Qatar. What the Saudis will tell you is the Qataris are trying to infiltrate our country, trying to take over. I don’t know if they truly believe it, but they certainly say it. The Hariri thing, that probably was not his wisest move either.

My point is he may be impulsive. I don’t think he’s irrational. I think he convinces himself that he’s got a reason to do this. The problem is many of these things don’t work out for him.

The point I brought up earlier about a lot of people certainly in the American press and America viewing him through this prism even if there’s not necessarily the evidence to back it up: It feels like you’re saying you were impressed by him, but at the same time, there are all these things that you can’t understand or that seem to not make sense.

I think he had an image as a reformer. Most Americans, as you know, don’t pay attention to Saudi Arabia, but the people who do, they saw this bright young man who didn’t look like all the other old rulers for the past 50 years. He was saying sensible things, talking about reform, reforming the economy and letting Saudi Arabia do things that the rest of the world didn’t even … they know women can’t drive, but I think most people didn’t really understand that you can’t go to a movie in Saudi Arabia or a concert, or women can’t go to a soccer game, all of that stuff. He did manage to burst into the American consciousness as a young, attractive reformer.

I think since November last year with the Ritz Carlton event, imprisoning businessmen and princes and Cabinet ministers and former ministers: That raised a red flag for people. I think it did cause people to pause and look. This Jamal Khashoggi thing is getting a lot of press in America, and that is clearly, as Tom Friedman tweeted, not good for the image of the crown prince.


          Barista - Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)      Cache   Translate Page      
Workathlon is looking to recruit an experienced Barista to work for a high profile Greek-themed restaurant in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Baristas are responsible to prepare and serve beverages and coffee to customers. able to mix and match ingredients in order to create classic and innovative drinks in accordance with customers’ needs and expectations. The purpose of this position is to interact with the hotel guests and ensure they have a great experience at the Bar or lounge. Baristas should maintain positive guest interactions while accurately mixing and serving beverages to guests...
          Executive Chef      Cache   Translate Page      
Workathlon is looking to recruit an  Executive Chef to work for a high profile Greek-themed restaurant in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The executive chef, also known as the executive chef or chef manager, is the person in charge of the kitchen. Everything that goes out of the kitchen is the responsibility of the executive chef in the eyes of the employer; therefore, it is essential for the person with this job to be able to maintain complete control of the kitchen at all times and to command the respect of his or her kitchen staff. The position Offers: Competitive salary ranging between 4.000 – 6.000...
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Workathlon is looking to recruit an experienced  Pastry Chef to work for a high profile Greek-themed restaurant in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A Pastry Chef must prepare a variety of desserts, pastries or other sweet goods. His/Her skill in baking high-quality treats should be matched by his/her creativity to develop new amazing tastes and recipes. They must be well-versed in culinary arts with a passion for sweet and delicious creations. They must adhere to health and safety standards to provide clients with the best possible serving. The position Offers: Competitive salary ranging...
          Pastry / Bakery Cook - Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)      Cache   Translate Page      
Workathlon is looking to recruit a  Head Baker to work for a high profile Greek-themed restaurant in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A Head Baker’s role is to prepare, cook, bake and serve a variety of foods in quantity; maintain facilities in a clean and sanitary condition; train and provide work direction to others. The position Offers: Competitive salary ranging between 1.800 – 2.200 Euros (Based on qualifications and experience) Salaries for 12 months for 11 months of work (last month payment is bonus upon completion of the 11 month time period) Living accommodations will be provided by...
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Workathlon is looking to recruit experienced and ambitious Waiters / Waitresses To serve food and beverage to guests and provide friendly services in order to maximize guest satisfaction consistent with 5* luxury resort standards. Applicants must be interested and willing to work in Saudi Arabia (Jeddah) with an 11 month contract on a brand new luxury restaurant project supervised by a very experienced Greek Chef who will lead the team. The position Offers: The net salary for Waiter/Waitress A’ ranges from 1.200 – 2.000 Euros (may increase depending on candidate qualifications) +...
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Workathlon is looking to recruit an experienced and ambitious Cook B' (Hot Kitchen) A Cook's job is to prepare delicious meals according to the menu. They must cook dishes that will delight customers with their taste and timely delivery. An excellent cook must be able to follow instructions in cooking and delivering well-prepared meals. They must be deft in moving around the kitchen and apt in multi-tasking. Experience in using various ingredients and cooking techniques is also important. Applicants must be interested and willing to work in Saudi Arabia (Jeddah) with an 11 month contract...
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Workathlon is looking to recruit an experienced and ambitious Restaurant Manager A Restaurant Manager manages the effective operation of the restaurant to ensure customer service is at its best. He is responsible for maximizing all revenue opportunities through effective teamwork and development, serving all food and beverage as required by brand standards and maintaining overall levels of courtesy, service and cleanliness in the restaurant area. A Restaurant Manager is responsible for managing and motivating the restaurant team. He is required to ensure that all staff within his...
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Workathlon is looking to recruit an experienced Sous Chef to work for a high profile Greek-themed restaurant in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A sous chef is a culinary chef ranked just below the head chef in a kitchen’s hierarchy. As a result, it is an extremely important job and one which could lead successful candidates towards a career as a head chef. A sous chef has a lot of responsibility and can work in the kitchen of a restaurant, hotel, casino, and even a cruise ship so there is no shortage of employment opportunities. As a sous chef, you will report directly to the head chef and delegate tasks to...
          Alisson ´one step ahead of me´, says Ederson      Cache   Translate Page      

Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson accepts Liverpool shot-stopper Alisson is “one step ahead” of him to be Brazil’s first choice. Alisson, 26, has been the South American giants’ number one, making 32 international appearances, while Ederson has played just once. However, the City man will get another chance in a friendly against Saudi Arabia on Friday […]

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          10/10/2018: PEOPLE IN THE NEWS: Saudi prince’s image seen at risk over missing journalist critic      Cache   Translate Page      

THE DISAPPEARANCE of a prominent critic of Saudi Arabia’s rulers after entering the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate risks severely tarnishing the reformist image of its de facto leader Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, experts say. Riyadh has denied...
          10/10/2018: OPINION / FEATURES: In Saudi Arabia, you can’t separate reform FROM REPRESSION      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia’s dynamic young Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is indeed “reform-minded”, as countless media reports have described him. There is, however, a difference between reforming the House of Saud and setting free the society over which it...
          Nokia 6.1 Plus finally comes to Saudi Arabia, priced at SAR 999.00      Cache   Translate Page      

Nokia 6.1 Plus finally comes to Saudi Arabia. The smartphone was originally launched here in India along with the Nokia 5.1 Plus at an event. The smartphone is arguably the best smartphone coming from HMD at this price point if we compare with its previous launches. In Saudi Arabia, you have all three colors available...

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          Will Khashoggi Incident Be Saudi Crown Prince’s Undoing?      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance since October 2 after entering Saudi Arabia’s Istanbul consulate clearly suggests foul play. His likely abduction and possible murder by Riyadh created an international uproar. Make no mistake. Saudi relations with the US and other Western countries are strong – given its huge oil reserves and support given Washington’s regional […]
          Louisiana teen flies for round-the-world record by youngest pilot      Cache   Translate Page      
Louisiana teen flies for round-the-world record by youngest pilot
A Louisiana teenager flew for hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia and got stuck in the Philippines by typhoons to set three youth aviation records.
  
They're not official, but 18-year-old Mason Andrews doesn't expect any problems being certified as the youngest solo pilot to fly around the world and over the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans.
  
The professional aviation major does face catch-up work in some tough college courses, since the trip took 76 days rather than the 40 he'd planned on.
  
He'll be submitting a fat file of documentation both to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale , which certifies international aeronautic records, and to Guinness World Records.
  
Andrews says the flight raised about $30,000 for MedCamps of Louisiana, which runs free summer camps for children with disabilities or illnesses.

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SEAL TEAM Season 2 Episode 2 Photos Never Say Die – “Never Say Die” – Jason and Bravo Team travel to Saudi Arabia, where extremists take hold of an underground water source and threaten to release anthrax into the water supply. Also, Ray contemplates joining another team, on SEAL TEAM, Wednesday, Oct. 10 (9:01-10:00 PM, […]

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Ra’iisul wasaaraha Xukuumadda Federaalka Soomaaliya Xasan Cali khayre ayaa kulan la qaatay Wasiirka Arrimaha dibadda Boqortooyada Sacuudiga Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir. Kulanka oo ka dhacay qasriga ra’iisul wasaaruhu ka deganyahay magaalada Riyaad ayaa horudhac u ahaa kulan uu ra’iisul wasaaraha Soomaaliya uu la yeelanayo  madaxda sare ee  boqortooyada Saudi Arabia. Kulanka ay wada qaaateen ra’iisul […]
          News Summary-Intelligence Report Monday 10/8/2018      Cache   Translate Page      
The man dubbed the "far-right candidate" had a very strong first round finish in Brazil's presidential election..... Two Israelis were killed and a third injured in a terrorist attack in the West Bank Sunday morning at an industrial park...... Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met from North Korea's ruler Kim Jong-un for more than three hours Sunday..... The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating an accident involving a stretch limousine in upstate New York that killed 20 people..... The Turkish regime believes that Saudi government critic Jamal Khashoggi was murdered when he visited the Istanbul consulate of Saudi Arabia last...
          News Summary-Intelligence Report Saturday 10/6/2018      Cache   Translate Page      
The Senate has been in session all night with senators speaking about the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The final vote will be today and it could be..... Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke faces a minimum of six year in prison after being convicted of second degree murder.... A new tone from the European Union about Brexit..... The latest on the disappearance of the Chinese official who heads Interpol is that Chinese authorities took him into custody..... We still don't know what happened to Saudi journalist and critic of hte Saudi Arabian government Jamal Khashoggi.......
          US seeks Saudi Arabia's support over journalist's disappearance      Cache   Translate Page      

[U.S.A.], Oct 10 (ANI): The United States (US) has expressed concerns about missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi and called on the government of Saudi Arabia to conduct an investigation in the case.

"We call on the government of Saudi Arabia to support a thorough investigation of Khashoggi's disappearance and to be transparent about the results of that investigation," US Secretary of State Michael R Pompeo said in a press statement.

"We have seen conflicting reports on the safety and whereabouts of prominent Saudi journalist and Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi," the statement added.

He revealed that senior officials of the State Department have spoken with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with regard to the matter.

"?As the President has conveyed, the United States is concerned by his disappearance. State Department senior officials have spoken with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through diplomatic channels about this matter," Pompeo said.

Khashoggi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 where he went to the consulate to collect some documents. He was captured in the camera while entering the building but he never came out of it, reported CNN. However, the Saudi officials asserted that Khashoggi left within a few minutes of his arrival. (ANI)


          UK Challenges Saudis Over Missing Writer      Cache   Translate Page      
The UK's foreign secretary has told Saudi Arabia that Britain expects urgent answers over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

In a phone call to Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, Jeremy Hunt warned that "friendships depend on shared values".

Mr Khashoggi was last seen visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last week, and Turkey says he may have been murdered there.

Saudi Arabia denies the suggestion.


Taking a tougher line than the Trump administration, a spokesperson for the UK's Foreign Office said, if media reports surrounding the case were correct, the UK would treat the incident "very seriously."

Earlier on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump said he had not yet spoken to Saudi officials about the journalist's disappearance.

"I have not. But I will be at some point," he told reporters. "I know nothing right now. I know what everybody else knows - nothing."

In a separate development, Mr Khashoggi's Turkish fiancée Hatice Cengiz appealed to the US for help.

In an emotional article in the Washington Post, she wrote: "I implore President Trump and first lady Melania Trump to help shed light on Jamal's disappearance."

"We were in the middle of making wedding plans, life plans," when he vanished, she said.

"Jamal is a valuable person, an exemplary thinker and a courageous man who has been fighting for his principles. I don't know how I can keep living if he was abducted or killed in Turkey."


          World's Most Powerful Passport Revealed As Countries' Global Rankings Shift      Cache   Translate Page      
Japan passport holders will find it easier than ever to travel the world, as their travel documents have just moved up in the global Henley Passport Index to take the top spot.

The Henley Passport Index is a ranking of all of the passports in the world based on the number of countries their holders can travel to visa-free.

Until now Japan had been sharing joint first place with Singapore, which gained visa-free access to Uzbekistan earlier this year bringing its total to 189 countries.

However, earlier this month Japan gained visa-free access to Myanmar bringing its total to 190 - once again taking it to the top spot.


It's still a milestone for both Japan and Singapore, as 2018 is the first year in the index's 13-year history that either of them has had the most powerful passport in the world.
Both are way ahead of the UK and US which share fifth place with Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg - but it's worth noting that the top four spots are shared by 10 countries.

Experts had previously revealed that the UK ranking is unlikely to increase until there is certainty regarding Brexit.
Full Henley Passport Index 2018

    Japan (190 countries)
    Singapore (189 countries)
    Germany, France, South Korea (188 countries)
    Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Spain (187 countries)
    Norway, UK, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, USA (186 countries)
    Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Canada (185 countries)
    Australia, Greece, Malta (183 countries)
    New Zealand, Czech Republic (182 countries)
    Iceland (181 countries)
    Hungary, Slovenia, Malyasia (180 countries)
    Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania (179 countries)
    Liechtenstein, Estonia (178 countries)
    Poland (175 countries)
    Monaco, Chile (174 countries)
    Cyprus (173 countries)
    Brazil (171 countries)
    Argentina, Hong Kong (170 countries)
    Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania (169 countries)
    Andorra, San Marino (168 countries)
    Brunei (165 countries)
    Israel, Barbados, UAE (161 countries)
    Mexico (158 countries)
    Bahamas (155 countries)
    Uruguay (154 countries)
    Seychelles (152 countries)
    St Kitts & Nevis (151 countries)
    Antigua (150 countries)
    Costa Rica (149 countries)
    Vatican City, Taiwan (148 countries)
    Trinidad and Tobago (147 countries)
    Mauritius, St Lucia (146 countries)
    St Vincent and the Grenadines (145 countries)
    Macao, Grenada (144 countries)
    Paraguay (143 countries)
    Panama (141 countries)
    Venezulea, Honduras (138 countries)
    Dominica, Guatemala, El Savador (137 countries)
    Peru (135 countries)
    Serbia, Solomon Islands (130 countries)
    Samoa, Vanuatu (129 countries)
    Nicaragua, Ukraine (128 countries)
    Colombia, Tuvalu (127 countries)
    Macedonia (125 countries)
    Marshall Islands, Tonga (124 countries)
    Kiribati, Montenegro (123 countries)
    Micronesia, Moldova (122 countries)
    Russia, Palau Islands (119 countries)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (118 countries)
    Albania (114 countries)
    Georgia (112 countries)
    Turkey (111 countries)
    South Africa (102 countries)
    Belize (101 countries)
    Timor-Leste (98 countries)
    Ecuador, Kuwait (93 countries)
    Fiji (90 countries)
    Guyana (88 countries)
    Maldives (87 countries)
    Nauru (86 countries)
    Qatar (85 countries)
    Jamaica (84 countries)
    Papua New Guinea (83 countries)
    Botswana (82 countries)
    Bahrain (81 countries)
    Suriname (80 countries)
    Bolivia (79 countries)
    Oman (78 countries)
    Belarus, Thailand (77 countries)
    Namibia, Kazakhstan (76 countries)
    Saudi Arabia (75 countries)
    Lesotho, China (74 countries)
    Indonesia (73 countries)
    Swaziland, Kenya, Malawi (71 countries)
    Gambia, Tanzania, Zambia (68 countries)
    Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Dominican Republic (66 countries)
    Cape Verde, Cuba (65 countries)
    Uganda, Zimbabwe (64 countries)
    Ghana, Kyrgyzstan (63 countries)
    Sierra Leone (62 countries)
    Armenia, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia (61 countries)
    India (60 countries)
    Uzbekistan (59 countries)
    Sao Tome, Mauritania, Mozambique, Tajikistan (58 countries)
    Burkina Faso (57 countries)
    Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea (56 countries)
    Mali, Gabon, Bhutan (55 countries)
    Togo, Niger, Cambodia, Rwanda (54 countries)
    Chad, Madagascar, Guinea-Bissau, Turkmenistan (53 countries)
    Comores Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Laos (52 countries)
    Vietnam (51 countries)
    Algeria, Jordan (50 countries)
    Central African Republic, Angola, Egypt (49 countries)
    Cameroon, Myanmar (48 countries)
    Liberia, Nigeria, Congo (Republic) (47 countries)
    Burundi (46 countries)
    Djibouti (45 countries)
    Kosovo (44 countries)
    Congo (Democratic Republic), Iran (43 countries)
    Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, North Korea (42 countries)
    South Sudan, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Libya (41 countries)
    Nepal (40 countries)
    Sudan, Eritrea, Palestinian Territory (39 countries)
    Yemen (37 countries)
    Pakistan (33 countries)
    Somalia, Syria (32 countries)
    Iraq, Afghanistan (30 countries)



          Randy Orton Defeats The Big Show, Qualifies For WWE World Cup      Cache   Translate Page      

Randy Orton is the latest name to be added into WWE’s Crown Jewel World Cup Tournament, defeating The Big Show in the SmackDown Live main event. Orton joins the likes of John Cena, Kurt Angle, and Jeff Hardy in the eight-man tournament that would culminate at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia. Earlier this evening, it […]

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          10/10/2018: NEWS: Saudi leader — ‘We have nothing to hide'      Cache   Translate Page      
The Saudi Arabian Embassy in Washington did not respond to a request for the Saudi perspective. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made these comments in an interview last week with Bloomberg at a royal compound in Riyadh: “We hear the rumors about what...
          Comment on Hillary Clinton becomes Mansfield fellow by Dane Rogers      Cache   Translate Page      
Am seriously displeased with Mansfield trying to spin Hillary as some defender of human rights, after her support for the Saudi's (not really different to Handmaid's Tale in Saudi Arabia), opposition to universal healthcare and support of the death penalty, in addition to supporting racist crime policies and welfare reforms (cuts) back in the pre-Bush days when Bill was President, and support for military interventions abroad (not just Iraq, either). And I shall also mention that she also voted against a bill to ban partial birth abortion (intact dilation and extraction to use the medical term) back in 2005 while a Senator for New York, despite it having reasonably broad exemptions. (That's an objectively barbaric proceedure that kills the child as it's being born and banning it is one of the few times the Republicans actually did something good). You do not need to be even vaguely close to pro-life to support a ban on doctors doing that; it's obviously infanticide and did happen after fetal viability (indeed, it's a late 2nd/3rd trimester proceedure). She clearly hasn't learnt a thing from the general given that she seems more keen on attacking Trump/Republicans and saber rattling against Russia than saying how she plans to expand human rights herself (spoiler, she thinks military force the answer much of the time). Being objectively better than Toddler Trump does not mean she deserves to be praised, trusted to oppose the dodgy special interests that Trump was/is part of, or even voted for; not least when she even attended Trump's wedding to Melania back in 2005! (Though Trump was a self-professed Democrat then, he still had some nationalistic and authorotarian tendancies back then, and had done for quite some time.)
          Slow progress in Khashoggi disappearance investigation      Cache   Translate Page      
Britain is calling on Saudi Arabia to provide "urgent answers" over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi - who's not been seen since visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul eight days ago. CCTV picture shows Khashoggi entering the consulate the last Tuesday. Turkish authorities say they believe he was murdered inside. The UK foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt added his voice to the growing international clamour for Riyadh to explain the disappearance, tweeting: "Just met the Saudi ambassador to seek urgent answers over Jamal Khashoggi. Violence against journalists worldwide is going up & is a grave threat to freedom of expression. If media reports prove correct, we will treat the incident seriously - friendships depend on shared values." But ' Istanbul correspondent told 's Good Morning Europe that Turkish authorities were making slow progress in their investigation.
          US calls for ‘transparent’ Saudi probe into Khashoggi’s fate      Cache   Translate Page      

US Department of State calls on Saudi Arabia to conduct a transparent investigation into Khashoggi’s disappearance.

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          Report: The U.S. Intercepted Saudi Communications About Capturing Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia’s continued denials of killing the dissident journalist are not holding up.

          The Condition of a Polish Deputy to Saudi Arabia if They Want Mosques in Warsaw      Cache   Translate Page      
Last July I spoke to you here of Dominik Tarczyński, a Polish Conservative MP who does not have any complex when talking about uncomfortable topics for the Left wing. The unapologetic response of a Polish politician when asked about immigration Immigration control and Jihadism: an illuminating map about Europe and Poland Yesterday Voices of Europe […]
           Saudi Arabia to supply about 4 mln bbls of extra oil to...       Cache   Translate Page      
NEW DELHI/SINGAPORE, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, will supply Indian oil buyers with an additional 4 million barrels...
           FULL TEXT OF HATICE CENGIZ'S POIGNANT ARTICLE FOR MISSING FIANCEE JAMAL KHASHOGGI       Cache   Translate Page      
More than a week has passed since our last meeting outside the consulate of Saudi Arabia, before his disappearance became global news.
          Nigerian Lady Fakes Madness To Escape Her Saudi Arabia Boss      Cache   Translate Page      

Nigerian lady who was said to have traveled to Saudi Arabia to work as a house help has revealed how she reportedly escaped from her employer's home.

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          Electrostatic Precipitator Market will register 5% CAGR to surpass $8 billion by 2024: Global Market Insights, Inc.      Cache   Translate Page      
Electrostatic Precipitator Market By Systems, By Designs, By Emitting industry, Regional Outlook (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Australia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa, Nigeria, Angola, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru), Growth Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2018 – 2024 Sellbyville, Delaware, Oct. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Electrostatic Precipitator Market is poised to cross the revenue of USD 8 billion by 2024, as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights, Inc. Rising concerns pertaining to limit Sulphur and NOx emissions complemented by increasing stringency […]
          Denim Market Forecasted to Cross $79,211 Million by 2023: P&S Intelligence      Cache   Translate Page      
Denim Market by Product (Jeans, Jackets & Shirts, Dresses), by Segment (Mass Market, Standard, Premium), by Consumer Type (Men, Women, Children), by Distribution Channel (Specialty Stores, Department Stores, Hypermarkets & Supermarkets, Online, Exclusive Stores), by Geography (U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Russia, Belgium, China, Japan, India, Philippines, South Korea, Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, U.A.E., Saudi Arabia, South Africa) – Global Market Size, Share, Development, Growth and Demand Forecast, 2013 – 2023 NEW YORK, Oct. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the market research report published by P&S Intelligence, global Denim market is […]
          News Wrap: Turkish authorities plan to search Saudi consulate for missing journalist      Cache   Translate Page      
In our news wrap Tuesday, Turkish authorities announced plans to search Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul, where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was last seen. Turkish officials believe Khashoggi was killed in the consulate, but the Saudi government denies it. Also, China declared that it has no plans to weaken its currency to counter U.S. tariffs, a day after the yuan sank to a 22-month low.
          ‘They’ve got some explaining to do’: The case of a missing Washington Post columnist raises more questions after reports suggests he was murdered by Saudi agents      Cache   Translate Page      
Jamal Khashoggi is featured on a poster during a protest organized by members of the Turkish-Arabic Media Association at the entrance to Saudi Arabia's consulate on October 8, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey.US intelligence officials reportedly intercepted communications that the Saudis discussed a plan to lure and capture Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
          US calls for 'transparent' Saudi probe into Khashoggi's fate      Cache   Translate Page      
US Department of State calls on Saudi Arabia to conduct a transparent investigation into Khashoggi's disappearance.
          The Latest On The Disappearance Of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
More details are emerging about the disappearance of a Saudi Arabian journalist and Washington Post contributor who was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, eight days ago.
          Photos surface of Saudis allegedly sent to target writer      Cache   Translate Page      
ISTANBUL (AP) " A newspaper close to the Turkish president published photos Wednesday of what it said was a 15-member "assassination squad" allegedly sent to target Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who went missing after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last week.Turkish officials suspect Khashoggi was killed at the Saudi consulate, allegations rejected by Saudi Arabia, which says he left the premises. Turkey has been given permission to search the diplomatic post, an [...]
          Somali PM Pays His First Visit To Saudi Arabia      Cache   Translate Page      

Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire on Tuesday traveled to Saudi Arabia. The aim of the trip is not clear, but the Prime Minister said in a tweet that he will pay an official visit to Saudi Arabia where he will meet with officials in Riyadh. The trip will mark the first time that Khaire …

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           Hunt demands answers from Saudi Arabia over journalist disappearance       Cache   Translate Page      
Jamal Khashoggi went missing after visiting the Saudi consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul last week, sparking claims that he had been killed inside the building.
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ISTANBUL Turkey said Tuesday it will search Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials’ fears the writer had been...
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A Louisiana teenager flew for 10½ hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia, got stuck in the Philippines by typhoons, and set three youth aviation records. Flying entirely by instruments through the sandstorm’s turbulence was the worst part of the...
          Youth Development Work Principles and Practices - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Israel,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
This program is designed to introduce you to a range of different approaches to working with young people. You may already have experience of youth work. If so, then you have been working in a wide-ranging and complex field. However, you may have experience of only one type of youth work practice. We have designed this program so that you can get a clear understanding of several of the key practices in youth work. This will enable you to develop your insight and skill by allowing you to draw on a rich frame of reference.

Program Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
Define Youth Development concept.
Briefly describe, in your own words, the history and position of youth development work in your country.
Delineate the professional role of the youth worker.
Explain the important factors that have affected youth development work and that influence current trends.
Begin working effectively with young people and adults in enabling them to improve the quality of their lives.
Select from a range of different approaches to youth development work those that are most appropriate to specific circumstances.

Who Should Attend?

Youth program coordinators.
Young leaders.
Youth workers in government departments, corporates and NGOs.
School and University teachers.
Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.

Program Outline

Day 1
Youth Development
What is Youth development? and how does it influence youth work?
Youth Development theories and practivcies
Interactionist perspective - Functional Perspective
Youth Development Values
Enabling - Empowering

Day 2
Youth development work: history and traditions
Youth development work in families and communities
Youth work as social and leisure provision
Out of school education
Youth work for national development
Youth welfare work

Day 3
Youth development work: models and approaches
Treatment Model
Reform Model
Advocacy Model
Conscientisation Model
Youth Development Practices

Day 4
Youth Worker roles and methods
Working face to face with young people in a variety of settings
Managing and supporting other paid and volunteer workers
Formulating and developing community policies for governmental and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)

Cost:

Certified


          Positive Youth Development Strategies - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
Course Overview

Positive Youth Development (PYD) is a theory based on years of research on the best ways to help young people grow into adulthood. This program is designed to help youth workers to understand the Positive Youth Development approaches, such as the individual strength approach that promote young people's social and emotional well-being.

In this program we discuss the outside influences that promote young people's social and emotional well-being. Also the program aims to examine approaches of working with young people to create a growth plan and to create positive places for young people. Creating a step by step action plan for integrating Positive Youth Development into youth organizations is also presented in this program.

Course Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Understand the Positive Youth Development approaches.
  • Identify the developmental needs of young people and adolescents.
  • Work effectively with young people to create a growth plan.
  • Make use of individual strength approach that promote young people's social and emotional well-being.
  • Create positive places for young people.
  • Create an action plan for integrating Positive Youth Development into your organization.
Who Should Attend?
  • Department heads of youth focused institutions.
  • Young Leaders
  • Professionals responsible for youth program development, in government departments, corporations and NGOs.
  • Youth Workers.
  • Student Activities coordinators.
  • Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.
  • School and University teachers.

Course Outline

Day 1
  • What is Positive Youth development?
  • The concept
  • Strength based approaches
  • Individual strengths that promote young people's social and emotional well-being
  • The 5 Cs
  • Outside influences that promote young people's social and emotional well-being
  • Families - Schools - Communities
Day 2
  • The Developmental Assets
  • The five Promises
  • Work with young person to create a growth plan
  • Youth immediate needs
  • Assisting young person to set goals
  • Active listening skills to determine youth's strengths and interests
  • Rewarding youth
Day 3
  • Putting Positive Youth Development into practice
  • Building individual strength in youth
  • Youth involvement
  • Creating positive places for young people
  • What makes a place positive?
  • how to keep youth places positive?
Day 4
  • Creating a step by step action plan for integrating Positive Youth Development into your organization
  • Select PYD framework
  • Train staff and volunteers
  • Preview your mission statement
  • Review your programs
  • Establish a concrete ways to involve youth in your programs
  • Assess your programs

Cost:

Certified


          Managing Youth Economic Development Projects - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
Course Overview

The purpose of this program is to explore some of the development possibilities of the links between youth work and contemporary economic change. We will describe the skills needed to promote self employment among young women and young men, including the principles of setting up micro enterprises. We will explore how aspects of informal education can help young people to develop enterprise skills and undertake enterprise projects.

In this program, we focuses on the nature of current economic development and its relationship to enterprise activity. Other sessions concentrate on practical guidelines and exercises to develop enterprise skills. While one session of this program takes the form of a training program that you will be able to deliver to enterprising youth in your community.

Course Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Identify the different factors that shape and influence current economic development, particularly at a local level.
  • Use experiential learning strategies to develop youth enterprise skills, with the aim of promoting local economic development.
  • Support young women and young men in setting up small business projects.
  • Contribute entrepreneurial expertise in the development of local economic strategies.
  • Devise and deliver programs of informal education for young people to acquire enterprise skills.
Who Should Attend?
  • Mentors of business incubators and accelerators.
  • Professionals responsible for the development of economic strategies.
  • Youth Program coordinators.
  • Young leaders.
  • Youth workers in government departments, corporations and NGOs.

Course Outline

Day 1
  • Understanding Economic Development
  • Opportunities in the global market
  • Unleashing entrepreneurship
  • Economic development in rural areas
  • Youth enterprise
  • Small and informal enterprises
  • Training entrepreneurs
  • Government policies and support
  • Changing role of government and NGOs
Day 2
  • Youth and enterprise
  • What is youth enterprise?
  • Barriers to enterprise
  • Being creative
  • The enterprise development cycle
  • Setting up a small business
  • Setting up a small business: The training program
  • Starting out
  • Preparing the ground
  • Accounting practice
  • The business model
Day 3
  • Planning a micro-enterprise
  • Planning an enterprise
  • Planning for micro and informal enterprises
  • Informal learning
  • Opportunities for young people

Cost:

Certified


          Integrating Technology into Youth Settings - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
Course Overview
In this program, you will explore current uses of technology by youth and how that engagement influences their own development and the world around them. You will also identify the opportunities and dangers that are associated with new technologies. Participants will demonstrate how new technologies can be designed and incorporated into youth programming to promote positive youth development.

Course Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Explain how the type and extent of youth usage of technology affects tier development.
  • Identify the risks and benefits of technology to youth programs and create a plan for technology use in their programs.
  • Describe the various models that are used to structure technology-based interventions for youth.
  • Apply one of these models to a practical situation in a youth-relevant setting.
  • Demonstrate the ability to design an activity or intervention that incorporates technology to promote positive youth development.
Who Should Attend?
  • Youth workers in government departments, corporations and NGOs.
  • Young leaders.
  • Student activities coordinators.
  • School and University teachers.
Course Outline

Day 1
  • Overviews of Youth and Technology
  • App generation review
  • Youth and Adolescent Ownership and Use of New Media
  • The Impact of Social Media on Youth, Adolescents, and Families
  • A Silicon Valley School That Doesn't Compute!
  • Models of Integrating Technology into Youth Settings
  • The Use of Technology to Promote the Multicultural Development of Youth
  • Internet use and developmental tasks
  • Positive Technology Development
  • The Potential of Games for Learning
Day 2
  • Technology in Youth Programs
  • E Mentoring
  • Digital Media
  • Using Technology to Promote Positive Youth Development
  • Youth-Driven Social Media Campaign to Promote STI and HIV Testing Among Adolescents
  • Adaptive Game for Reducing Aggressive Behavior
  • Text-Messaging Interventions to Promote Healthy Behaviors in Adolescents

Day 3
  • The Dangers and Policies around Technology Use
  • Use of Electronic Devices and Social Media in Youth Camps
  • Understanding the Role of Technology in Adolescent Dating and Dating Violence
  • The Multiple Dimensions of Video Game Effects on Youth
  • Social media use in adult-youth relationships
  • How Clear Missions Guide Electronic Technology Policies

Cost:

Certified


          Youth Program Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
Course Overview
Much of the work of youth development professionals is organised around specific projects. They may be small projects designed by yourself and relevant stakeholders to solve very specific problems that you and they face. Alternatively, they may be part of much larger projects run by major funding bodies. Either way, project design and development is often expected to use certain techniques to ensure project quality. The aim of this program is to introduce you to the practices that have built up around the design and management of projects in the last few decades.
What is presented here will give you a general overview of project work. It has been written to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, design, implement, monitor and evaluate projects in your youth in development program.
Course Benefits
When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Identify activities involved in project planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • write a proposal for funding, including logframes.
  • plan projects on the basis of a logical framework.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the Total Quality Program standers.
  • Prepare project risk management plan.
Who Should Attend?
  • Department heads of youth focused institutions.
  • Young Leaders
  • Professionals responsible for youth project planing, in government departments, corporates and NGOs.
  • Volunteers of youth projects and organizations.
  • Youth Workers.
  • Student Activities coordinators.
Course Outline

Day 1
  • Youth Centered Programming Model
  • Preparation for programming
  • (Need Assessment - Youth development Factor - Assessing Organization - Entrepreneurship - Youth involvement)
  • Program Objectives
  • Logical Framework
Day 2
  • Program Development
  • Approaches to program development
  • Selecting program format
  • Selecting program area
  • Program promotion
  • Total Quality Program
Day 3
 
  • Program Implementation
  • Program leadership
  • Helping Youth feel valued
  • Promoting youth involvement
  • Quality customer service
  • Handling complaints
  • Risk Management
Day 4
  • Program Evaluation
  • Purposes
  • Principles of evaluation
  • Types of evaluation
  • Methods of evaluation
  • Model of evaluation

Cost:

Certified


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          Photos Emerge of an Alleged ‘Assassination Squad’ Sent to Kill Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
The release of the photographs raises pressure on Saudi Arabia a week after Khashoggi disappeared
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  • Saudi critic and journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished after visiting the Saudi embassy in Istanbul last week.
  • Surveillance camera footage of movements in the Saudi consulate has reportedly vanished. It's not clear what was in it.
  • Local employees were also asked to take a vacation the day Khashoggi visited the consulate, Arab media reported.
  • Turkish media also identified 15 suspects in the case, who it says arrived in Istanbul the day Khashoggi disappeared and returned to Riyadh shortly after.
  • Turkish officials said they will search the Saudi consulate, but have appeared to soften their tone and refused to attribute blame to Saudi Arabia.

Surveillance camera footage of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has mysteriously disappeared, Turkish authorities said, as investigators continue to look for Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist and critic who vanished after entering the building.

Officials are also looking for a black van with diplomatic number plates that was seen leaving the Saudi consulate about two hours after Khashoggi entered, The Guardian reported, citing Turkish authorities.

It left alongside five other cars, but authorities are focusing on one particular vehicle with blacked out windows and believe that it was carrying Khashoggi's body, The Guardian said.

Turkish TV on Wednesday morning aired footage of the van in question leaving the consulate for the consul's house, according to the Associated Press.

It's not entirely clear what the surveillance footage contained. When asked for video footage on Khashoggi, Saudi officials reportedly told Sen. Bob Corker that they "only livestream their tapes."

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Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi critic who wrote columns for The Washington Post, disappeared after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

The 59-year-old, who had been living in self-imposed exile in the US for the past year and said he feared for his life, entered the consulate to obtain documents to finalize his divorce. 

His fiancée said she waited outside the embassy for at least 11 hours and never saw him come out.

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Local employees abruptly asked to take the day off

News of the missing surveillance footage comes as Arab media reported that the Saudi consulate asked its 28 locally-hired employees to take the day off on October 2, the day Khashoggi disappeared.

An unnamed Turkish security source told the Middle East Eye: "The reason given to the Turkish employees to take the day off was there was an important diplomatic meeting."

Consulate employees were ordered to wear voice recorders and cameras in the days following Khashoggi's disappearance, and the locks and keys to a few doors in the compound were changed, the Middle East Eye reported, citing Turkey's Hurriyet newspaper.

Riyadh has vehemently denied allegations that Khashoggi was murdered, and insisted that he left the consulate shortly after he entered. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Bloomberg last week that Turkey was welcome to search the consulate, adding: "We have nothing to hide."

The Turkish foreign ministry said on Tuesday that it would search the premises, and that Saudi officials have agreed to cooperate, the Daily Sabah reported. It's not clear when the search will take place.

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Turkish media identifies 15 suspects

On Tuesday, Turkey's pro-government Daily Sabah newspaper also published the photos and identities of what it said was a 15-member intelligence team from Saudi Arabia involved in Khashoggi's disappearance.

All of them arrived at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on October 2 — the day Khashoggi entered the consulate an disappeared — and left the country at different times, Sabah reported, showing photos taken at passport control. It did not say how it got hold of the identities and footage.

Two corporate jets rented from a company often used by the Saudi government arrived in Istanbul that day and left separately that evening, The Guardian reported. One left for Cairo and the other flew to Dubai, but flight tracking records showed that they ultimately landed in Riyadh.

Turkish investigators believe the surveillance footage from inside the consulate was on one of those jets, The Guardian said.

Sabah's report corresponded to Reuters' report earlier this week, citing a Turkish security official, that said that a group of 15 Saudi nationals arrived in Istanbul, entered the Saudi consulate, and left the country later.

Turkey softens its tone

Earlier this week Turkish authorities told the Associated Press that Khashoggi's disappearance was "a preplanned murder."

But the country, which has deep trade ties with Saudi Arabia, has appeared to climb down from the statement. Yasin Aktay, an adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and friend of Khashoggi, said according to The Guardian: "The Saudi state is not blamed here."

Earlier this week Aktay said, according to Reuters: "My sense is that he has been killed... in the consulate."

Erdogan on Monday asked Saudi Arabia to prove its claims that Khashoggi left the consulate, Reuters reported.

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International concern

Countries including the UK, US, and Canada have expressed concerns and called on Saudi for more information

On Tuesday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his department called on Saudi Arabia to "support a thorough investigation ... and to be transparent about the results."

But State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert added, according to Reuters: "We don't know what has happened to him. We don't have any information on that. We don't want to make any judgments about what happened."

Jeremy Hunt, the UK Foreign Secretary, tweeted on Tuesday that he had asked the Saudi ambassador to Britain "to seek urgent answers" over Khashoggi. He added: "If media reports prove correct, we will treat the incident seriously — friendships depend on shared values."

The UN also said Khashoggi's disappearance was "of serious concern," called on Saudi and Turkish authorities to conduct a "prompt and impartial investigation" into the "apparent enforced disappearance."

UN human rights spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani told reporters on Tuesday, according to Reuters: "If reports of his death and the extraordinary circumstances leading up to it are true, this is truly shocking."

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  • Journalist and prominent Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi has been missing for a full week since entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
  • Khashoggi's disappearance has become an international intrigue fueling speculation of a shadowy, political murder.
  • Saudi Arabia strongly denies Turkish allegations that a special hit team flew in to kill Khashoggi and remove the body.
  • But analysts and Saudi expats say Khashoggi was likely killed to send a message about the long arm of Saudi's violent new ruler.

It's been a full week since journalist and prominent Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The Saudi-insider-turned-outspoken-critic was last seen by his fiance, Hatice Cengiz, last Tuesday when he went into the consulate reportedly to obtain a legal document for his upcoming wedding.

11 hours later, she began to worry.

Khashoggi hasn't been seen since, and his disappearance has become an international intrigue fueling speculation of a shadowy, political murder.

It's unclear what happened to Khashoggi in the consulate. Turkish officials accused Saudi Arabia of killing Khashoggi, and by flying in a 15-person hit team to murder and dismember him and fly his body out in boxes.  Saudi officials vehemently denied that he was murdered and say he left the consulate, though no footage or witnesses ever saw him exit.

Jamal Khashoggi

While the details surrounding Khashoggi's disappearance begin to emerge, his story is a stark reminder of the Kingdom’s brutal crackdown on dissenters around the world. 

Since ascending to power in June 2017, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has promised to completely overhaul the Saudi economy and society with his Vision2030 plan to modernize the Kingdom. The country has made strides towards rights for Saudi women, invited culture, cinema and art back into its borders, and has pumped money into its Public Investment Fund, which it hopes will help cement its status as a major global trader. 

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But bold plans for modernization have often veiled the country's human rights abuses.

In November, Crown Prince Prince Mohammed detained more than 200 people, many of whom were members of the Royal Family as part of what it called an "anti-corruption campaign." Witnesses spoke of detainees being physically abused and coerced into forfeiting a reported $100 billion reportedly used to fund welfare programs and tackle the country's mounting debt.

The move was seen as a major power grab by the Crown Prince over those in the Kingdom that could potentially pose a threat to his throne.

The Crown Prince has also arrested several popular religious figures, many with large social media presence, in order to tightly control the Kingdom's religious messaging and demand loyalty from figures that have influence over the masses. 

Not even Saudi Arabia's borders have contained the Prince's consolidation of power.

In December, Saudi Arabia appeared to hold Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri against his will while visiting Saudi Arabia, forcing him to announce his resignation on TV in a reported ploy to stoke tensions with rival Iran and its proxy group Hezbollah, which holds political power in Lebanon. 

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Several human rights activists, many who campaigned for the women's right to drive and some who were held without charge, were targeted in a flurry of arrests and were quickly branded as "traitors" of the Kingdom.

A comment urging the release of the activists from Canada prompted Saudi Arabia to cut almost all ties with Ottawa in a series of actions potentially designed to signal the Kingdom's weaponized response to international condemnation. 

In recent months, vocal critics of the government, including an Amnesty International staff member and a popular Youtube personality were targeted by Saudi agents who reportedly installed spyware on their devices to track their every move.

According to Omar Abdulaziz, a Saudi national who sought political refuge in Canada, the Saudi government arrested his family and friends and threatened dire consequences unless he silenced his political broadcasts against the Kingdom. 

"I'm worried. Bad things are happening now in Saudi Arabia and no one can predict how crazy they'll get," he told Business Insider in August. 

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Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor who at one point advised senior officials in the Saudi government had often spoken out against the Crown Prince's controversial policies and ardent consolidation of power.

In August, Khashoggi said he was "convinced" that the Saudi Arabian leadership was out to kill him. 

"It is part of their terrorism against their citizens," a friend of Khashoggi said in protest outside the Saudi embassy in Istanbul on Monday. 

Ghanem al-Dosary, a Saudi human rights activist living in London told the New York Times that Khashoggi's disappearance was aimed at reminding Saudi citizens of the Kingdom's tight grip.

“It’s a message, very clear, that our hands can reach you wherever you are.”

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Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday.

  1. Google launched a slew of new hardware products on Tuesday, including its latest flagship smartphones, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. There was also a new tablet, the Pixel Slate, and a new Google Home speaker.
  2. Bloomberg has doubled down on its reporting that China compromised server firm Supermicro in a major supply chain hack. Bloomberg reported that an unnamed US telecoms firm found and removed compromised hardware, citing security expert Yossi Appleboum.
  3. Google's plan to launch a censored search engine in China is further along than the company is admitting, according to a leaked transcript obtained by The Intercept. Publicly, the company has said the plans are not very developed, but executive Ben Gomes said in a private meeting the firm wanted to be able to quickly deploy the search engine.
  4. SoftBank is in talks to invest $15 billion to $20 billion in WeWork for a majority stake. The potential deal would effectively give Japan's SoftBank control of the fast-growing office sharing company.
  5. More than a dozen high profile tech executives, including famous venture capital investor Marc Andreessen and former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick are part of a newly announced advisory panel for a $500 billion Saudi mega-city project. The panel was announced as much of the focus on Saudi Arabia turns towards the fate of a Saudi dissident who disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
  6. Uber drivers staged their first multi-city strike in the UK in a sign that their anger over 'exploitation' is getting harder for Uber to ignore. Around 1,000 drivers were expected to strike, and they requested users not to cross the "digital picket line" by ordering a cab from the app.
  7. A bipartisan pair of senators want more answers from Supermicro, the company accused of selling Apple and Amazon data servers compromised by Chinese spies. Sens. Marco Rubio and Richard Blumenthal sent a letter to Supermicro, the motherboard supplier named in recent bombshell Bloomberg reports on Chinese infiltration.
  8. Microsoft thinks it has a fix for the glitch in a huge new Windows 10 update that was deleting people's personal files. Microsoft says that the issue only affected one one-hundredth of one percent of people who had installed the update.
  9. At least two US attorneys general are investigating the Google glitch that exposed hundreds of thousands of users' personal dataThe investigation follows Google's announcement on Monday that it would shut down the consumer version of its social network Google+ and tighten its data-sharing policies after a "bug" potentially exposed user data.
  10. There was already a big clue that Google+ was dead before Google announced its shutdown this week: its executives stopped using it at least a year ago. Cofounder Larry Page last posted in 2015, CEO Sundar Pichai in 2016, and cofounder Sergei Brin as recently as September 2017.

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          'They've got some explaining to do': The case of a missing Washington Post columnist raises more questions after reports suggests he was murdered by Saudi agents      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • The case surrounding Jamal Khashoggi, the missing Washington Post columnist who disappeared after entering a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, raised more concerns after mounting evidence suggested he was murdered.
  • Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist, published write-ups that were critical of the Saudi government. He had been living in the US state of Virginia.
  • A team of 15 Saudis who flew in from Saudi Arabia to visit and leave the consulate on the same day of Khashoggi's disappearance is suspected of playing a role in his disappearance, people familiar with the investigation said in a Washington Post report.
  • US intelligence officials reportedly intercepted communications that the Saudis discussed a plan to lure and capture Khashoggi before his disappearance.
  • When asked for video footage on Khashoggi, Saudi officials reportedly told Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee that they "only livestream their tapes."
  • The Saudi government asserted that Khashoggi left the premises shortly after his visit.

The case surrounding the missing Washington Post columnist who disappeared after entering a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, raised more concerns in the US after mounting evidence suggested he was murdered during the visit.

Jamal Khashoggi, 59, has not been heard from his fiance nor coworkers after his disappearance on October 2. Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist, published critical pieces of the Saudi government and exiled himself to Virginia.

Turkish officials launched an investigation and claim that the evidence already suggests Khashoggi entered but never left the consulate. A team of 15 Saudis who flew in from Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, to visit and leave the consulate on the same day of his disappearance is suspected of playing a role, people familiar with the investigation said in a Washington Post report published Tuesday.

US intelligence officials reportedly intercepted communications that the Saudis discussed a plan to lure and capture Khashoggi before his disappearance, a person familiar with the situation said in The Post. The Post's source added it was unclear how the Saudi's planned on handling Khashoggi after receiving him or if the US warned him that he was targeted.

The Post's report follows Defense Secretary James Mattis's remarks about Khashoggi's disappearance, in which he suggested the US was keeping track of the developments.

"We're monitoring this very closely, this situation very closely, and we are working closely with [the] State Department," Mattis said.

Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee expressed concern after reviewing classified reports on the situation.

"It points to the idea that whatever has happened to him, the Saudis — I mean, they've got some explaining to do," Corker said in a Daily Beast report.

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Corker described his talks with Khalid bin Salman, the Saudi ambassador to the US, as "not a great conversation," and asked to show him video footage of him leaving the consulate.

"He shared with me that they only livestream their tapes," Corker said, according to CNN correspondent Manu Raju. "I've never heard of an embassy in my life that doesn't tape."

"And so to me it feels very much like some nefarious activity has occurred by them," Corker added, according to The Beast. "But I don't want to rush to judgment."

The Trump administration has been criticized for not taking a firmer stance against Saudi Arabia and its leader, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has vigorously campaigned to convince other nations of its progressive reforms.

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his department called on Saudi Arabia to "support a thorough investigation ... and to be transparent about the results."

"We have seen conflicting reports on the safety and whereabouts of prominent Saudi journalist and Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi," Pompeo said in a statement. "‎As the President has conveyed, the United States is concerned by his disappearance.

But the Saudi government asserted Khashoggi left the premises shortly after his visit and claimed they too were worried for him.

"I would normally prefer not to address such outrageous claims, especially when it concerns the well-being of a missing citizen who dedicated a great portion of his life to serve his country," Khalid bin Salman said in a statement. "It goes without saying that his family in the Kingdom remain gravely concerned about him, and so are we.

"Jamal has many friends in the Kingdom, including myself, and despite our differences, and his choice to go into his so called 'self-exile,' we still maintained regular contact when he was in Washington," Khalid bin Salman added.

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          'Raw' Recap: 'D-Generation X' Reunites, Kurt Angle Returns      Cache   Translate Page      
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Super Show-Down may be over, but the stage is already being set for the next WWE event: Crown Jewel, which will air live from Saudi Arabia.

After Triple H defeated The Undertaker in Australia alongside his best friend Shawn Michaels, "The Deadman" and his brother Kane refused to show respect to the duo, culminating in Michaels getting thrown through an announcer's table. On Raw last night, both HHH and HBK made it clear that the time for respect was over.

Instead, they have just two words for 'Taker and Kane: “Suck it!”

The legendary “Attitude Era” tag-team D-Generation X is officially back, and Michaels is finally out of retirement. The two announced that they're ready to get their revenge on “The Brothers of Destruction” at Crown Jewel.

Meanwhile, acting Raw General Manager Baron Corbin came up with an idea to hopefully help him win back the respect of Stephanie McMahon—an “International” Battle Royale to determine one of the competitors for the WWE World Cup tournament at Crown Jewel.

While Corbin quickly took care of most of the superstars, one competitor remained: the mysterious “Conquistador.” And something seemed suspicious when the supposed Mexican luchador landed a trio of German suplexes.

After getting the pin, the luchador revealed himself to be none other than former Raw General Manager Kurt Angle, who was forced to go “on vacation” thanks to Stephanie McMahon. With a spot in the World Cup guaranteed and Corbin humiliated, we wouldn't be surprised if “The American Hero” decides he wants his old job back. But first, he needs to take on John Cena and the rest of the World Cup competitors at Crown Jewel.

Crown Jewel airs live from Saudi Arabia on November 2, only on the WWE Network.

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          10/10/2018: WORLD: SAUDIS AGREE TO SEARCH OF CONSULATE FOR MISSING JOURNALIST      Cache   Translate Page      

ISTANBUL Turkey said Tuesday it will search Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials’ fears the writer had been...
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Khashoggi had written a series of columns for the Washington Post that were critical of Saudi Arabia's assertive Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has led a widely publicized drive to reform the Sunni monarchy but has also presided over the arrests of activists and businessmen.
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U.S. Ambassador: Political Settlement Only Solution to Crisis in Yemen

U.S. Ambassador: Political Settlement Only Solution to Crisis in Yemen

Fatiha Belfakir - VOA News

The ongoing conflict in Yemen cannot be resolved militarily, rather efforts should be made by all parties to the conflict to find a political solution, the U.S. ambassador to Yemen told U.S.-funded Alhurra TV last week.

"I do believe that we have a path forward with a strong international consensus to continue to push towards a political solution," U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Matthew Tueller said. He added the U.S remains committed to finding a political solution to the conflict in the war-torn country.

"I believe ultimately that Yemenis themselves know that there must be a political solution,” Tueller said.

Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak, the Yemeni Ambassador to the U.S, told VOA that while his government supports U.S. and U.N. efforts to find a political solution to the war, military pressure is needed.

“We believe, up until now, that the only solution to the Yemeni conflict is the political solution.We believe also from our experience with the Houthis that they will not come to the negotiation table unless there is a certain level of military pressure," Bin Mubarak said.

UN Conference

The United Nations has been trying to mediate between the warring sides in Yemen to an effort to resolve the conflict.

Last month, it convened a three-day conference in Geneva to discuss an end to the conflict, but the Houthis did not attend.

“We did not manage to get Ansarullah's delegation, the delegation from Sanaa to come here,” U.N. special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths said, expressing disappointment over the Houthi boycott of the meeting.

But Griffiths showed optimism and said his team will continue to engage all sides.

“We were engaged throughout these days in discussions and negotiations and arrangements and options and alternatives to get them [Houthis] here," he said.

Meanwhile, Ambassador Tueller said Iran played a role in preventing the Houthis from attending the Geneva meeting.

"I see in many negotiations, strategies and tactics that Houthis have used throughout numerous negotiations held internationally, they followed tactics that are very familiar to us as we have engaged with Iran, always following a path where negotiations are very difficult," Tueller said.

But he said the Houthis are not fully controlled by Iran.

"We have to work with these modern elements on the political side of Houthis, who do not want to see Iran or any other country having a role meddling inside Yemen," Tueller added.

Worst Humanitarian Crisis

The civil war in Yemen began in 2014 between the government of Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who has the support of a Saudi-led coalition, and the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels.

U.N. and international rights groups are calling the conflict the worst crisis in the world.

“Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. As the conflict enters its fourth year, more than 22 million people, three-quarters of the population, need humanitarian aid and protection,” U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told a donor conference in Geneva earlier this year.

Meanwhile, the U.N. World Food Program said the current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented.

“Now, 17 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 6.8 million -- that is almost 1 in 4 people -- are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance,” the U.N. agency said.

While calling the Yemen crisis a catastrophe, Michael Page of Human Rights Watch blamed both Iranian-backed Houthis and the Saudi-led coalition for restricting aid to certain areas in Yemen.

"Houthis are restricting aid and detaining humanitarian workers," Page said. “A substantial amount of blame is on the Saudi-led coalition for the bombing campaign, which has hit or destroyed schools, hospitals and mosques.”

Extremists

As the crisis deeps in Yemen, some rights organizations are concerned that extremists groups could exploit the situation.

In an interview with NPR, International Rescue Committee President David Miliband said the conflict in Yemen is in a stalemate stage, breeding not only a humanitarian crisis but also paving the way for other nonstate actors to exploit the situation.

“In the chaos, other groups are emerging, separatists groups in the south, al-Qaida of the Arab Peninsula in the east and ISIS is growing [in the country] as well,” Miliband told Lisa Mullins, the host of NPR’s Here & Now show on Monday.

“At the same time, there is a political emergency, too, because the only side that’s gaining from the current stalemate are the extremists of al-Qaida and ISIS and it’s a country now which is on the verge of meltdown, not just a humanitarian meltdown but a political meltdown,” Miliband added, using an acronym for the Islamic State terror group.

Regional Rivalry

Some analysts like Houchang Hassan Yari, a professor at the Royal Military College of Canada, believe that at the heart of the conflict in Yemen lies the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia.

"Iranians are using Houthis to fight Saudis, and Saudis are fighting Houthis indirectly to fight Iranians," Yari said." Iranians are showing their muscles in the region as they believe Iran is a power.”

A senior official of the United Arab Emirates, which is part of the Saudi-led coalition, told VOA that his country and the Saudi-led coalition supports a political solution.

"We fully support U.N. envoy Martin Griffiths' efforts and encourage all the relevant parties to engage in a constructive dialogue that could ultimately lead to an end to the conflict," the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to speak to the media about Yemen.

Civilian Casualties

In addition to displacing millions of people, the conflict has reportedly claimed the lives of more than 10,000 innocent people since it began.

Page, deputy director of the Middle East and North Africa division of Human Rights Watch, blamed both the Houthis and Saudi-led coalition for indiscriminate use of force in Yemen.

"The Saudis are not using these weapons precisely, they are sometimes purposely and deliberately targeting an area and indiscriminately killing civilians," Page said.

A senior U.S. State Department official told VOA that the U.S. has urged all parties in the conflict to respect the law of armed conflict.

"Throughout this conflict, the United States has urged all parties to abide by the Law of Armed Conflict, work to prevent harm to civilians and civilian infrastructure, and thoroughly investigate and ensure accountability for any violations," the official said.

State Department correspondent Nike Ching contributed to this report.

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The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu on Oct. 9 called on the government to “immediately review its relations with Saudi Arabia” and convey its concerns to the country over the case of the missing Saudi journalist.
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Khashoggi had written a series of columns for the Washington Post that were critical of Saudi Arabia's assertive Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has led a widely publicized drive to reform the Sunni monarchy but has also presided over the arrests of activists and businessmen.
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TURKEY today announced it will search the Saudi consulate where journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished a week ago — as a CCTV image emerged capturing the moment he was last seen alive. A foreign ministry spokesman said Saudi authorities had notified...
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A new report says the columnist has been murdered in Saudi Arabia.

The New York Times reported Tuesday that Jamal Khashoggi, an American resident and a columnist for the Washington Post, was killed by the Saudi Arabian government, according to Turkish officials. 

Khashoggi has been missing for more than a week. Since he has been a prominent Saudi dissident, many American politicians and defenders of press freedoms were concerned for his safety when he disappeared. The Post obtained photos of Khashoggi entering a Saudi consulate last Tuesday, where he had last been seen alive, and the Turkish officials now believe he was killed there. The Saudi government has denied any involvement and said Khashoggi left the consulate alive.

Among those who evinced little serious concern for Khashoggi's wellbeing was President Donald Trump.

When asked by reporters on Monday about the disappearance on Monday, Trump said, "I am concerned about it. I don’t like hearing about it. Hopefully, that will sort itself out. Right now nobody knows anything about it, but there’s some pretty bad stories going around. I do not like it."

For a president of the United States, this was exceptionally mild language about a journalist likely captured by an authoritarian ally.

Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), for one, was at least calling for an explanation from the Saudis on Tuesday, which Trump had failed to do.

“It points to the idea that whatever has happened to him, the Saudis—I mean, they’ve got some explaining to do,” Corker told the Daily Beast.

Politico noted that both Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike pence both put out much stronger statements than the president, calling for an investigation and defending the rights of journalists.

It also noted that defenders of press freedoms were dismayed by Trump's lack of interest in defending the press:

Neil Quilliam, a senior research fellow for the Middle East and North Africa at the Chatham House think tank, said the Saudis were sure to notice when Trump said he knew “nothing” about Khashoggi’s case.

“For them, that’s a great signal,” he said. “He’s not particularly bothered by this. He’s not going to rake (them) over the coals for this, it’s not a major issue that deserves or requires his attention. He’s almost nonchalant.”

Margaux Ewen, the executive director of Reporters Without Borders North America, said she was encouraged that Trump expressed concern but wished his statements had been stronger. As shocking as Khashoggi’s case is, she said, her overriding concern is that Trump, with his frequent attacks on “the fake news media” in America, “sets the overall tone that the US doesn’t really value press freedom.”

“We’re not leading by example, and so whenever we make condemnations of other country’s anti-press behavior, it may seem like hollow words,” Ewen said.

Of course, none of this is new. Trump has been openly disdainful of the press, even those who are in harm's way and in dictatorial countries, while he has consistently praised authoritarian leaders. The fact that Khashoggi is a columnist for the Washington Post, which Trump consistently attacks, may have made it even less likely that Trump would make it clear he was concerned about the disappearance. It's hard to believe that something so petty could be relevant in a case this serious — but with Trump in the White House, it's impossible to deny it as a factor.

 

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The macabre case of a missing Saudi journalist is prompting speculation within the US political establishment about a historic parting of ways between Washington and Saudi Arabia. It's not clear yet what actually happened Jamal Khashoggi, a 59-year-old prominent commentator who worked for the Washington Post, among other major news outlets. He has been missing for almost a week after he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2. Turkish police have launched a murder inquiry, on the suspicion that he was killed inside the consulate building. If confirmed, the case is a shocking violation of international law and norms of human decency. Saudi authorities deny any wrongdoing. They say Khashoggi left the building on the same day he arrived. And Riyadh has invited Turkish authorities and media to inspect the premises.
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The fiancee of a Saudi journalist who disappeared after entering the country's consulate in Istanbul last week said he had been "somewhat concerned that he could be in danger," but that he did not fear anything would happen to him at the diplomatic outpost. Hatice Cengiz wrote in the Washington Post that her fiance, Jamal Khashoggi, first went to the consulate on September 28 and returned last week for an appointment to pick up paperwork the couple needed to get married. He has not been seen since. Cengiz expressed confidence in the ability of Turkish authorities to figure our what happened to Khashoggi, and further called on U.S. President Donald Trump to "help shed light" on the journalist's disappearance. She also urged Saudi Arabia's leaders to release security camera video from the consulate area. Saudi Arabia has said Khashoggi left the consulate and rejected accusations from Turkish officials who said he was murdered there. Neither side has shown any proof to support its version of what happened. Khashoggi has been critical of the Salman government, including in a number of Washington Post columns about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and has been living for a year in self-imposed exile in the United States after a Riyadh crackdown on dissent in the kingdom. Washington Post Publisher Fred Ryan issued the newspaper's latest plea for information Tuesday, saying neither Saudi Arabia nor Turkey has provided satisfactory answers. "Silence, denials and delays are not acceptable. We demand to know the truth," Ryan said in a statement. The pro-government Turkish newspaper Sabah said Wednesday it identified a group of 15 Saudis who allegedly traveled to Istanbul the day Khashoggi went missing, then left Turkey later that day. Turkish police have been looking into two private aircraft that were believed to be carrying the group when they landed at the Istanbul airport on October 2. Sabah reported that both planes returned to Riyadh, with one stopping first in Dubai and the other in Egypt. The planes belonged to a Saudi company with links to the government. Turkey's Foreign Ministry said Tuesday authorities would search the Saudi consulate, but there have been no details about when such a search would take place. WATCH: US response to Khashoggi's case ​U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House he plans to talk to the Saudis about the case, but had no information about Khashoggi's fate.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saudi officials need to prove that Khashoggi left the building. "We have to get an outcome from this investigation as soon as possible. The consulate officials cannot save themselves by simply saying, 'He has left,'" Erdogan said Monday on a visit to Budapest. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said last week that Riyadh was "ready to welcome the Turkish government to go and search our premises," because it had "nothing to hide" about the missing journalist.
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Saudi journalist's disappearance threatens Turkey-Saudi tiesThe disappearance of journalist and Riyadh critic Jamal Khashoggi from Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate has rattled already brittle ties between two powerful rivals vying for influence in the Muslim world, analysts say. The Washington Post contributor, who has penned articles critical of some of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's policies in the Arab and Western press, vanished a week ago. Turkish government sources at the weekend said police believed he was killed inside, claims dismissed by Riyadh as "baseless".



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Turkey says will search consulate where Saudi journalist vanishedKhashoggi was last seen one week ago entering the consulate in Istanbul to get documents related to his forthcoming marriage. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan asked Saudi Arabia on Monday to prove its assertion that Khashoggi left the consulate.



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By Product Type _ Surgical, Examinations, Others
By Raw Material Type _ Latex, Nitrile, Vinyl, Others
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By Product Type _ Surgical, Examinations, Others
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          Die Saudis hatten sich auf das Abfangen des Journalisten Jamal Khashoggi vorbereitet und dafür ein Team eingeflogen      Cache   Translate Page      

As Jamal Khashoggi prepared to enter the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, a squad of men from Saudi Arabia who investigators suspect played a role in his disappearance was ready and in place.

Als Jamal Khashoggi am 2. Oktober gerade dabei war, das saudische Konsulat in Istanbul zu betreten, stand ein Kommando von Männern aus Saudi Arabien bereit, das Ermittler im Verdacht haben, dass es eine Rolle bei seinem Verschwinden gespielt hat.

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          Youth Social Development Methodologies - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
This program is designed to help you understand some of the theoretical background of youth development work, so that you can relate what you are doing to the social context in which you are working. You will already be aware that young people have roles and responsibilities. These responsibilities are different in each society, yet particular aspects are common across most societies.
Understanding the social situations of young people is crucial. This program aims to illuminate the situation of young people in your society by exploring what researchers and theorists have said about youth in different social contexts, and relating that to general theories about society. Your role as a youth development worker is to help to improve conditions for young people. In doing this, you will be helping to develop the society in which they live.

Program Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
Understand how young people are seen in various societies, and from different sociological perspectives.
Examine the range of definitions of 'youth', 'adolescence' and 'family'.
Understand the problems and issues facing young people and the societies in which they live.
Work in a way that is sensitive to social and cultural traditions.

Who Should Attend?

Youth workers in government departments, corporations and NGOs.
Young leaders.
Student activities coordinators.
School and University teachers.
Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.

Program Outline

Day 1
Ways of seeing young people
The concepts of society and culture
Defining youth
The nature of youth work
Adolescence
Describing and defining adolescence
Psychoanalytic theories of adolescence
Sociological theories of adolescence

Day 2
Young people and the family
Family types
Approaches to the study of the family
Issues facing families today
The concept of community

Day 3
Young people and social issues
Images of young people
Young people and unemployment
Young people and crime
The implications for youth development workers

Cost:

Certified


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          Pacific Crossroads Church - Executive Director      Cache   Translate Page      

PLEASE APPLY HERE ---> https://vsearch.ws/2y7jqeq

 

Snapshot:

Weekly Attendance: 1700

Denomination: Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) - also associated with the Gospel Coalition and Redeemer Church NYC

Neighborhood: Los Angeles, California

The role: The Executive Director is responsible for aligning all staff functions and overseeing ministries to realize the Ministry Plan of Pacific Crossroads Church. 

Meet Pacific Crossroads Church: 

Pacific Crossroads Church began as a prayer group and Bible study on the Westside of Los Angeles. The first public worship service was held in 1999. While the church grew quickly and an exciting community formed, the founding pastor left after several years in order to pursue another call. Many people assumed that the congregation would disperse to other churches. But to the surprise of many, the community – without a pastor or elected leaders – not only held together but also continued to grow; so convinced was that core group that God was doing something special in and through Pacific Crossroads.

Around 2006, Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, a church with a heart for reaching global cities, decided to invest in Pacific Crossroads in the hope that it could become a gospel-centered resource church to love and serve the city of Los Angeles. They challenged a young pastor who grew up in a small town in the other LA (Louisiana) to move to Los Angeles, to “re-plant” Pacific Crossroads. Although initially hesitant, he became convinced that the Lord was indeed calling him to this community, and Rankin Wilbourne became the pastor of Pacific Crossroads Church in August 2006.

Throughout her history, Pacific Crossroads has grown and flourished in many ways. In 2007, they started Hope for LA, the mercy and justice arm of the church, born of their desire to serve the city. In 2009, a second morning service was added. In 2010, the church expanded geographically, starting an evening service at St. John’s Cathedral on the outskirts of Downtown Los Angeles. In 2012, the Westside morning services moved to their current location at Barnum Hall on the campus of Santa Monica High School. Pacific Crossroads has also planted churches in Long Beach, Pasadena and the South Bay (launching in Spring 2019).

Outside of Sunday services, today the church has over 100 community groups spread throughout Los Angeles, ministering to a diverse set of people from all walks of life, in neighborhoods all over Los Angeles. Volunteers also serve the needs of the city every week by mobilizing volunteers through Hope for LA to serve with partner organizations across the city.

Looking ahead, Pacific Crossroads plans to start several local worshipping communities – new churches – that meet in neighborhoods around the city. In whatever place Pacific Crossroads happens to be meeting, the vision is to see lives transformed by God’s power, renewing Los Angeles for Christ.

About the Executive Director role: 

The Executive Director is responsible for aligning all staff functions and overseeing ministries to realize the Ministry Plan of Pacific Crossroads Church. The Executive Director will partner with and support the Senior Pastor to develop and implement the Core Values, Vision and Mission of Pacific Crossroads Church.

Responsibilities include delivering excellence in achieving ministry goals, strategic planning, P&L ownership, setting staff culture, developing and coaching staff, and developing and implementing processes to ensure operational efficiency.

The Executive Director will: 

  • Delivering excellence in achieving ministry goals
  • Strategic planning
  • P&L ownership
  • Setting staff culture
  • Developing and coaching staff
  • Developing and implementing processes to ensure operational efficiency

What you bring: 

Education

Pacific Crossroads is looking for candidates who know how to get this job done, whether that education came formally or through on-the-job training. The individual who never stops learning will especially be attractive.

Experience

  • Has likely been involved in executive leadership at a large church.
  • A gift for leading a team of strong personalities and navigating conflict.
  • Demonstrated ability to execute strategic plans and track record of ministry growth.
  • Ability to effectively coach and develop leaders.
  • Has learned from the best practices of other churches and organizations, and can modify them to work at Pacific Crossroads.
  • Lead and define organizational processes.
  • A strong desire to implement programs and build healthy systems that will foster the vision and continued growth of Pacific Crossroads Church. 

Personal Characteristics

  • A genuine love for Christ and a regular prayer/devotional life.
  • A confident leader who also carries a dose of humility and authenticity.
  • Entrepreneurial and progress-oriented.
  • Highly disciplined work ethic and personal lifestyle in physical, financial, and spiritual matters.
  • Self-starter and result-oriented contributor.
  • Exemplifies a strong commitment to family values.
  • Understands the cycles of ministry -- work hard in busy seasons, take time to rest in between.
  • A commitment to continual growth in personal, spiritual, and emotional maturity.
  • An attitude of love and grace toward people.
  • Strong relational and team building skills, particularly as it pertains to the Advisory Committee, Session, and high-level volunteer leaders.
  • A commitment to using wisdom and discernment before making decisions.

What it's like to live in Los Angeles, California: 

Located in eternally sunny and year round 75 degrees Southern Central California, Los Angeles is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of Southern California and one of the leading cultural influences in the world. It’s the second most populous city in the country, behind New York City and the most populous city in California.  LA sits in Los Angeles County, the most populous county in the country with more than 10 million residents.

Los Angeles County is comprised of 88 incorporated cities and many unincorporated towns, and PCC congregants commute from a large number of these cities to attend Sunday worship.  At 4,083 square miles, it is larger than the combined areas of Delaware and Rhode Island.

The county is home to more than one-quarter of California’s residents and is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the U.S.  L.A. County is the third-largest metropolitan economy in the world, with a Nominal GDP of over $700 billion — larger than the GDPs of Belgium, Saudi Arabia, Norway, and Taiwan.

Los Angeles is a vibrant, sprawling city with many unique communities that are not only ethnically and economically diverse, but also geologically and topographically diverse.  It is bordered by 10,000+ foot mountain peaks on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west, and is one of the few places in the country where one can ski and surf on the same day.  The region offers some of the best hiking, biking, camping, and water sports in the U.S. The deserts of Palm Springs, the forests of Sequoia National Park, and the mountains and valleys of Yosemite are all within a few hours drive.  

The city is also the center of the nation’s film and television industry, and the thrill and challenge of capturing imaginations is palpable throughout the city. Near its iconic Hollywood sign, studios such as Paramount Pictures, Universal and Warner Brothers offer behind-the-scenes tours. On Hollywood Boulevard, TCL Chinese Theatre displays celebrities’ hand- and footprints, the Walk of Fame honors thousands of luminaries and vendors sell maps to stars’ homes.

Los Angeles is more spiritual, in general, than many large, post-modern cities.  While the city has followed the general urban trend away from religion in general and Christianity in particular, many people in Los Angeles seem to be more open to discussing spirituality, eastern belief systems, and practices like meditation in their search for meaning.  

Our congregation reflects our diverse city. Many of our congregants work in the fields of finance, entertainment, medicine and business.  We have a thriving population of single adults, and are seeing our children and youth ministries increase in number as we welcome more and more families to our congregation. In a large, congested city, it can be a challenge for people to come together throughout the week, so neighborhood community groups are a priority to connect with those who live nearby.

 

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          Yemen raids kill 79 rebels in 48 hours      Cache   Translate Page      

Yemen raids kill 79 rebels in 48 hoursSaudi-led coalition air strikes in Yemen have killed almost 80 Huthi rebel fighters over 48 hours in the western province of Hodeida, military and medical sources said Tuesday. The strikes on Hodeida, site of a vital port and target of a renewed coalition offensive, also left seven civilians dead, they said. Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen at the head of a military coalition to support the government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi after the Huthis ousted it from the capital Sanaa and swathes of the country's north.



          Surging Landscape of Home Retailing In Saudi Arabia Market Outlook: Ken Research      Cache   Translate Page      
Saudi Arabia Home Retailing MarketHome retailing is growing by the more development in the economy as this type of retailing include sale of big tickets, electric homeware, home, furniture, home improvement products, garden products and several others. Meanwhile, the retail market of home appliances is rising more significantly with the effective development in the economy and growing innovations. The [...]
          Teen completes record-breaking 76-day flight around the world      Cache   Translate Page      

A Louisiana teenager flew for 10 ½ hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia, got stuck in the Philippines by typhoons, and set three youth aviation records. Flying entirely by instruments through the sandstorm's turbulence was the worst part of the trip, 18-year-old Mason Andrews, of Monroe in northeast Louisiana, said Monday. "It seemed like a hundred hours."

"The highlight was flying into Paris. I saw the Eiffel Tower on the approach — I landed at night," he said in a telephone interview from Louisiana Tech in Ruston. On the ground, "I went and saw it all lit up and walked along the Seine ... I was able to realize, 'I just flew across the Atlantic Ocean!'"

He'd planned to spend two nights in the Philippines, but three typhoons — two of them Category 5 — kept him at Subic Bay from Sept. 2-21. "Jebi and Mangkhutwere the biggest typhoons in ages," he said.

Between Subic Bay and Naha, Okinawa, his radio went out and, trying to avoid bad weather, he strayed into Taiwan's airspace. "I was intercepted by a Taiwan F-16," Andrews said.

Was it scary? "A little bit. It was cool to see." Andrews said he'd have liked to take a photo, but "I didn't want to provoke the guy. I knew he could see me."

He edged back into Japanese airspace and the incident was over.

The aviation records aren't official yet, but Andrews doesn't expect any problems being certified as the youngest pilot to fly solo around the world and over the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans.

He was 18 years, 163 days old when his Piper PA-32 Lance, called The Spirit of Louisiane, touched down Saturday in Monroe — 71 days younger than Lachlan Smart of Queensland, Australia, at the end of his solo flight in 2016.

Andrews will submit a fat file of documentation both to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, which certifies international air sport records, and to Guinness World Records. "I know I did it. I'll send them the information and get to work," he said.

Guinness will certify only one record, the circumnavigation, he said, but the Federation will look at all three.

His father, Jeb Andrews, said his son first pitched the trip as a solo Atlantic crossing. "He came to us about three times. I said 'No' every time," he recounted.

Finally, impressed with the information Mason had put together, he and his wife said yes. Not until later did they realize he had the entire worldwide trip planned. He added, "It got darn difficult. And I'm proud he stuck to his goals and made it happen."

"The community was so supportive, the messages from people in the community, people we didn't even know," Jeb Andrews told KTVE.

Andrews, who is majoring in professional aviation at Louisiana Tech, faces catch-up work in some tough college courses, since the trip took 76 days rather than the 40 he'd planned on. The trip's 180 hours brings him about halfway to the 1,000 he needs for an airline transport pilot rating, but won't count toward his commercial or flight instructor's licenses, he said.

University President Les Guice greeted him at the airport Saturday with a $10,000 scholarship from the Louisiana Tech Foundation. That will be a huge help both with expenses from the trip and school expenses, Andrews said. Louisiana's TOPS scholarship covers tuition, but not such expenses as flight fuel and time.

Andrews said the round-the-world flight raised about $30,000 for MedCamps of Louisiana, which runs free summer camps for children who have disabilities or illnesses. Andrews has worked at his local camp three summers running as a counselor.

"Almost all was pledged after I left," he said. "Just in the last week I think we've raised the better part of $10,000."

He said about 20 of the children he's worked with there were among about a thousand people who were at the Monroe airport to greet him Saturday.

"I will be attempting another aviation world record. No details yet. But there are more plans in the future," he said.


          These giant candies on Broadway are NYC's sweetest public art       Cache   Translate Page      

Just in time for trick-or-treating season, NYC just got a sweet new piece of public art. Three blocks of Broadway have been taken over by Candy Nations, 20 colorful giant candies lining the pedestrian plazas from 36th to 39th streets.

The sculptures tower 9 feet tall, each weighing 1,450 pounds and wrapped in the colors of one of 20 countries: Japan, Mexico, the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Canada, South Korea, Argentina, South Africa, the European Union, Germany, France, Great Britain, India, Italy, Indonesia, China, Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Candy Nations was created in 2011 by French sculptor Laurence Jenkell to convey “an optimistic message of unity beneath external differences,” and originally displayed during the G20 Summit in Cannes, France. 

“No city in the world matches New York City’s power as an international magnet for culture, creativity, design and the arts,” says Barbara A. Blair, president of the nonprofit Garment District Alliance that installed the giant candies. “Through her remarkable exhibit, Laurence Jenkell leverages both simple and universal imagery to remind New Yorkers of our global character, right at a moment when such reminders are so timely and valuable.”

giant candies broadway nyc public art garment district

Why are there giant candies in the Garment District?

NYC’s sweetest public art is a production of the Garment District Alliance, the nonprofit steward of the neighborhood that brings in programs to improve its economy and quality of life, including last winter’s Tron-like light loops. The district itself is home to a large artistic community of actors and dancers, architects, photographers and designers working in over 100 theaters, galleries, performance spaces and studios — not to mention a new speakeasy cabaret.

Candy Nations arrives just ahead of the alliance’s 15th annual Arts Festival, taking place Oct. 18-20. The free celebration brings public performances, art installations and meet-and-greets with artists to venues throughout the neighborhood.

The sculptures will be in place through Dec. 9, 2018. If you feel like taking a public art walk, further north on Broadway, on six pedestrian plazas between 64th and 157th streets, you’ll also find whimsical fairytale sculptures created by Kathy Ruttenberg. Collectively known as Dreams Awake, the figures are based on cultural landmarks and businesses near each site, such as a dancing tree with her roots as a tutu across from Lincoln Center, and will be on display through February 2019.


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Teen completes record-breaking 76-day flight around the world
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A Louisiana teenager flew for 10 ½ hours through a sandstorm over Saudi Arabia, got stuck in the Philippines by typhoons, and set three youth aviation records. Flying entirely by instruments through the sandstorm's turbulence was the worst part of the ...
Mason Mission | Https://www.medcampsmission.org/ | The JourneyMedCamps
Youngest person to circumnavigate by aircraft, solo | Guinness World RecordsGuinness World Records

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Man Stopped from Boarding Flight While Wearing Shorts on Saudi Arabian Airline
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When one passenger attempted to board a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight departing from Jakarta last week, he was told at the last minute that he would not be allowed to board because he was wearing shorts. Jordan Bishop, who is a contributor to Forbes ...
Not Allowed on Flight for Wearing Shorts, Passenger Turns to Unorthodox SolutionThe Epoch Times

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          10/10/2018: WORLD: SAUDIS AGREE TO SEARCH OF CONSULATE FOR MISSING JOURNALIST      Cache   Translate Page      

Turkey said Tuesday it will search Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials’ fears the writer had been killed...
          Khashoggi's "Disappearance": A New Twist In Bitter Gulf Divisions      Cache   Translate Page      
 It was mentioned in this post Missing "journalist" Jamal Khashoggi? Or Arms Trader Like Namesake Adnan Khashoggi? that there were serious divisions between Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
 Saudi Arabia and Turkey have been on the outs for a while now
1- Turkey has good relations with Iran- To the consternation of Saudi Arabia
2- Turkey sided with Qatar- When the Saudi's tried to embargo Qatar- Both Turkey and Iran supported the nation- Certainly raising Saudi ire.
3- Saudi Arabia has been providing weapons to the PKK- this has caused  a lot of hard feelings for Turkey.  As has been previously covered here at the blog.
Also :
- Or if someone kidnapped him while on Turkish territory, though in the Saudi consulate, it might lead one to suspect that acrimony is being further fuelled between the Turks and the Saudis?  (Harkening back to the assassination of the Russian Ambassador on Turkish soil. That incident appeared to be an attempt to place a wedge between Turkey and Russia)
Who benefits from still more division in that hotly contested region?

Khashoggi's disappearance: A new twist in bitter Gulf battle
Over the weekend, the story of Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance after his entry into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul became more muddled, in the midst of an intra-Gulf media war.

At this point, lacking definitive evidence on either side, it's difficult to know what will happen, and what regional responses will look like.

Without a doubt, though, the implications of Khashoggi's disappearance are wide-ranging, aside from being traumatic and potentially tragic for his family and friends.

Further, if he has in fact been detained or killed by Saudi officials, these actions deal a severe blow to free speech and create considerable anxiety among Gulf-based and Gulf-focused academics and journalists, as well as sending a powerful message to Gulf nationals who publicly criticise government policies.

Until we reliably know what has happened to Khashoggi, however, the only thing that is certain is that his disappearance has both revealed and heightened tensions between the two sides of the Gulf crisis, as is shown in media coverage of the event across the Gulf.

The Saudi press seems to be advancing a narrative in which Hatice (Khadija) Cengiz, Khashoggi's Turkish fiancée, is potentially suspicious, with Jamal's son Saleh - who has been banned from travelling for more than a year - stating that he has never met Cengiz.
The Khashoggi family also released a statement in support of Saudi government efforts to find Jamal: "We trust the government and the actions it has taken and all the efforts being made in the case of Jamal Khashoggi."
Jamal's son never met the fiance. Khashoggi family supports the Saudi government.
This reaction, as well as the circulation over Twitter of news stories about the murders of a Kuwaiti businessman and the leader of an Iranian opposition television channel, aim to portray Turkey as a lawless, Islamist-led country - and Khashoggi's disappearance as a consequence of that environment, rather than part of a Saudi plot.
Duelling divisive narratives..
Qatari and Turkish interests have become increasingly aligned as Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE cut off ties with Qatar in June of last year        

Some commentators in Saudi Arabia and the UAE have also attempted to link Khashoggi's disappearance to a "Qatari-Turkish Islamist smear campaign", claiming that either Qatari or Turkish leaderships would have better information about Khashoggi's location than the Saudis in whose consulate he was last seen.

On the Qatari media side of the rift, the report from Turkish police about Khashoggi's death continues to be circulated, as well as concern about assaults on free speech in Saudi Arabia.
Employees at Al Jazeera English posed with photos of Khashoggi and signs in support of his release.

Importantly, and not coincidentally, Qatari and Turkish interests have become increasingly aligned as Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE cut off ties with Qatar in June of last year, thus leading to claims on the Saudi side of the rift of "collusion" between Ankara and Doha.

Much like many other stories since the start of the rift, then, depending on what you read, you have a completely different perception of what has happened since Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi consulate last week.

Unlike in other stories where some middle narrative is likely to be true, however, the options here are very stark.

Whether or not the facts come out about what has happened, regional fallout will likely follow, and the existing camps of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, versus Qatar and Turkey are likely to become even more entrenched
His disappearance has both revealed and heightened tensions between the two sides of the Gulf crisis        

Concerns about political Islam - especially on the Saudi-Bahrain-UAE side - are never far from the surface. Ideology, namely sympathy for Islamists (broadly speaking), is given by them as the primary reason for the Qatari-Turkish relationship, ignoring the regional dynamics that actually make the relationship pragmatic, especially for a blockaded Qatar.

As long as lines continue to be drawn isolating - and considering fundamentally untrustworthy - countries that do not view the Brotherhood as threatening, tensions will continue to play out in the media, yet hopefully not at a major human cost.

Dr Courtney Freer is a senior advisor at Gulf State Analytics and a research officer for the Kuwait Programme at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Still from CCTV footage released by Turkey→

Wondering where Khashoggi’s fiancé is.
Khashoggi seems quite alone as he entered the premises
No farewell kiss outside the door before he, unknowingly, exits her life?

 
(Yes, I know she could be out of the frame- I’m just pullin’ heart strings)
Competing unsubstantiated narratives :Khashoggi alive and held captive by Saudis
“The source said that after entering the embassy Khashoggi was taken in a black Mercedes S-500 and a white minivan with four Saudi officials to Istanbul airport, where he was flown on a private jet to Dubai and then Riyadh, where he is now being held.
Flight records show that a Gulf Stream IV private jet, tail number HZ-SK2, landed in Istanbul at 3am on October 2, the day Khashoggi disappeared.

The jet left later that day, stopping in Dubai and then flying on to Riyadh. Khashoggi was driven from there to Riyadh, and was held there, the source said.

The source was told Khashoggi is still alive, contradicting the claims he was murdered in the Istanbul embassy.
The different version of events cannot be independently verified. “

Alive or dead and dismembered?

While neither story can be validated, can't help but notice in both versions we have some persons originating from Saudi Arabia...  A group of people, we are told. Arriving at Ataturk airport prior to Khashoggi’s arrival at the embassy. Coming into some sort of contact with Khashoggi. And then Khashoggi disappearing. 

Was Khashoggi kidnapped or had he arranged this event himself? 

As a means of going back to Saudi Arabia, for some reason known to himself,  that he could later spin or twist into some politically expedient narrative?  After all he's been presented as being dead set against MBS. And living in self imposed exile. What a great way to take care of business in Saudi Arabia, while appearing as if you were there against your will?

 Given Khasshoggi’s propensity for story telling. I’m expecting he’ll turn up alive with some fantastic tale to tell. Will it be reality? Or the reality you and I are  to believe?

Sort of like his time spent traveling with Osama Bin Laden....


  
          The Latest On The Disappearance Of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
More details are emerging about the disappearance of a Saudi Arabian journalist and Washington Post contributor who was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, eight days ago.
          Indian cities to get free CCTV cameras as part of USD 1.5Bn 'Secure Our City' global campaign      Cache   Translate Page      

[India], Oct 10 (ANI): UAE based by Secure Cam IT Solutions has announced the launch of their major campaign to equip more than 1.5 million buildings worldwide with security camera solutions.

The first phase of the campaign by Secure Cam IT Solutions will be rolled out across 13 countries, starting with India and the UAE.

In India, the campaign will begin with Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram. While the key focus of the campaign will initially be on major metro cities, cities from the states of Kerala and Goa will also benefit from it.

Secure Cam IT Solutions has already partnered with companies in India to execute the campaign. The company plans to enter India by the end of 2018.

"We aim to focus on the metros and a few other cities. Our idea is to secure at least one city in every country by the end of 2025. We plan to install a maximum of 10,000 cameras in each city. The total cost of the project is estimated at around USD 1.5 billion," said Rijoy Thomas, Chairman and CEO of the Abu Dhabi-based Secure Cam IT Solutions.

"Everyone has the right to safety and we are committed to protecting you. 'Secure Our City' aims to fulfill our dream of a safe, secure and protected world for everyone," added Rijoy.

Secure Cam has launched an online portal where users from across the world can login and register their request for a free camera to be installed in their buildings, provided it is not already connected with a CCTV system.

"We want to ensure that the facility is provided to a building that has not yet been secured," said Emil Jose, Chief Operating Officer, Secure Cam.

"We have already established partnerships with local agents and representatives for phase one of the project along with an inventory ready and prepped for installation," he added.

The countries short-listed for installation for phase one includes the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, The Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Russia, Holland and Australia in addition to India. The second phase will focus on installations across other countries in the MENA region.

"We are encouraging government participation and hope to work jointly with local officials to further the cause for residents' safety. We want to emphasise that Secure Cam is providing the security service completely free of cost," said Ahmed Sarour Al Marar, Business Partner at Secure Cam.

The system will be allotted a two-year warranty period for hardware, and the company will provide a service contract for one year. (ANI)


          Official: Saudi Journalist's Killing Was 'Like Pulp Fiction '      Cache   Translate Page      
A growing amount of evidence points toward Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi having been brutally murdered and dismembered inside Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate, officials say. A senior official tells the New York Times that a team of 15 Saudi agents arrived on charter planes the day Khashoggi vanished, including an...
          The totalitarian prince: Trump's questionable friend in the Middle East      Cache   Translate Page      
With the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, President Trump's seemingly unwavering loyalty to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is being put to the test.

          Turkish newspaper names 15 Saudis in case of missing reporter      Cache   Translate Page      
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Turkish media close to the president published images Wednesday of what it described as a 15-member "assassination squad" allegedly sent to target Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and of a black van later travelling from the Saudi Consulate, where he went missing, to the consul's home.


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          Photos Emerge of an Alleged ‘Assassination Squad’ Sent to Kill Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
The release of the photographs raises pressure on Saudi Arabia a week after Khashoggi disappeared
          Saudi Arabia to supply extra oil cargoes to India in Nov as Iran sanctions loom      Cache   Translate Page      

SINGAPORE/NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil exporter, will supply Indian buyers with an additional 4 million barrels of crude oil in November, several sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. The extra cargoes indicate a willingness by Saudi Arabia to increase crude supply to make up the shortfall once sanctions […]

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          The Latest On The Disappearance Of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
More details are emerging about the disappearance of a Saudi Arabian journalist and Washington Post contributor who was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, eight days ago.
          10/10/2018: WORLD: SAUDIS AGREE TO SEARCH OF CONSULATE FOR MISSING JOURNALIST      Cache   Translate Page      

Turkey said Tuesday it will search Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials’ fears the writer had been killed...
          Comment on Has Saudi Arabia Finally Gone Too Far? by Newt Rallyt      Cache   Translate Page      
ALI HASHIM I second that. It’s laughable to think that thousands of Yemeni people if not hundreds of thousands as the true numbers are suppressed mostly civilians are being slaughtered every month, hundreds of thousands of Syrians people killed and millions displaced but one reporter pushes the boundaries of political correctness of the Saudi regime. It’s the same approach that westerners have had with Palestinian lives over the past half of century.
          Watchdog calls for international probe into fate of Saudi writer      Cache   Translate Page      
Amman - International media watchdog, Reporters Without Borders (RSF), on Wednesday called for an independent international investigation into the fate of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who has been missing since last week.
Watchdog calls for international probe into fate of Saudi writer
 
Khashoggi, 59, has not been heard from since he entered the consulate building on October 2 for some paperwork required to marry his Turkish fiancee.
Saudi Arabia said Khashoggi left the consulate shortly after going in and has denied an allegation lodged by some Turkish authorities that he was killed inside.
“The traditionally opaque methods used by Saudi Arabia to silence critical journalists constitute grounds for fearing the worst in the case of Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance,” said Sophie Anmuth, the head of RSF’s Middle East desk.
“We call for an independent international investigation to determine as quickly as possible what has happened to Khashoggi," Anmuth added.
On Tuesday, three human rights monitors for the United Nations called for an independent investigation into Khashoggi's disappearance.
Khashoggi has lived in self-imposed exile in the United States since last year.
The US-educated journalist has repeatedly criticized Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for several decisions, including the Saudi-led war in Yemen and a diplomatic spat with Canada after Ottawa expressed alarm at the imprisonment of a Saudi rights activist.


          Remodelling the Belt and Road: Pakistan picks up the torch      Cache   Translate Page      


By James M. Dorsey

A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Stitcher, TuneInand Tumblr.

Pakistan, following in the footsteps of Malaysia and Myanmar, is the latest country to balk at the China and infrastructure focus of Beijing’s Belt and Road-related investments.

Preparing for his first visit to China as Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran Khan is insisting that the focus of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a US$60 billion plus crown jewel of the Belt and Road, shift from infrastructure to agriculture, job creation and foreign investment.

“Earlier, the CPEC was only aimed at construction of motorways and highways, but now the prime  minister decided that it will be used to support the agriculture sector, create more jobs and attract other foreign countries like Saudi Arabia to invest in the country,” said information minister Fawad Chaudhry.

Mr. Khan’s determination to ensure that more benefits accrue to Pakistan from Chinese investment comes at a time that various Asian and African countries worry that Belt and Road-related investments in infrastructure risk trapping them in debt and forcing them to surrender control of critical national infrastructure, and in some cases media assets.

Preceding Mr. Khan’s move, protests against the forced resettlement of eight Nepali villages persuaded CWE Investment Corporation, a subsidiary of China Three Gorges, to consider pulling out of a 750MW hydropower project.

Malaysia has suspended or cancelled US$26 billion in Chinese-funded projects while Myanmar is negotiating a significant scaling back of a Chinese-funded port project on the Bay of Bengal from one that would cost US$ 7.3 billion to a more modest development that would cost US$1.3 billion in a bid to avoid shouldering an unsustainable debt.

Fears of a debt trap started late last year when unsustainable debt forced Sri Lanka to hand China an 80% stake in Hambantota port.

Mr. Khan’s move takes on added significance given that Pakistan appears to have decided to ask the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help it avert a financial crisis with a loan of up to US$12 billion and discussions with Saudi Arabia that could produce up to US$10 billion in investmentsthat would be separate but associated with CPEC.

Pakistani finance minister Asad Umar is expected later this week to initiate discussions with the IMF during the fund’s annual meeting in Bali. The decision was taken after Saudi Arabia refused to delay Pakistani payments for oil imports, opting instead to build a refinery and strategic oil reserve in the CPEC port of Gwadar.

Pakistani officials see investment by Saudi Arabia as one possible way of facilitating a Pakistani request to the IMF for help. They hope that even an informal association with CPEC of Saudi Arabia, one of the United States’ closest allies in the greater Middle East, may alleviate Washington’s concern that IMF money could be used to repay Chinese debt.

Yet, even that is unlikely to prevent the IMF, backed by the United States, from demanding that the veil of secrecy be lifted that shrouds the commercial and financial terms of many CPEC-related, Chinese-funded projects, as a pre-condition for assistance from the fund.

Apparently concerned about Pakistan’s intentions, China’s deputy chief of mission in Islamabad, Lijian Zhao, insisted in an interview as well as a series of tweets that China welcomed Saudi investment and “always supported & stood behind @ Pakistan, helping #develop it’s #infrastructure& raise #living standards while creating #job.”

Mr. Lijian’s comments followed a statement last month by Chinese foreign minister Wang Ji after talks with Mr. Khan in Islamabad that appeared to indicate that China, while acknowledging Pakistani demands, would not address them immediately. Mr. Wang suggested that CPEC would only “gradually shift to industrial cooperation."

Indications suggest further that China may be looking to Pakistan’s military to shave off the rough ends of the government’s determination to effectively renegotiate CPEC.

Pakistan’s army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Beijing in August days after commerce minister Abdul Razak Dawood suggested that the government may suspend CPEC projects for a year.

Making his comments shortly after Mr. Wang’s departure from Islamabad, Mr. Dawood also asserted that the previous government had negotiated terms that were favourable to China rather than Pakistan.

China this week, in a move likely designed as much to strengthen Pakistani counter-terrorism capabilities as a gesture towards the country’s politically influential armed forces, made Pakistan the second country after Saudi Arabia to receive killer drones and the associated technology.

The US has refused to sell its more advanced killer drones to either Saudi Arabia or Pakistan.

The Khan government’s desire to refocus CPEC tackles key issues raised by critics of the project that potentially could impact China’s plan to pacify its troubled north-western province of Xinjiang through a combination of economic development and brutal repression and re-education of its Turkic Muslim population.

The initial plan for CPEC appeared to position Pakistan as a raw materials supplier for China, an export market for Chinese products and labour, and an experimental ground for the export of the surveillance state China is rolling out in Xinjiang.

The plan envisioned Chinese state-owned companies leasing thousands of hectares of agricultural land to set up “demonstration projects” in areas ranging from seed varieties to irrigation technology. Chinese agricultural companies would be offered “free capital and loans” from various Chinese ministries as well as the China Development Bank.

The plan envisaged the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps introducing mechanization as well as new technologies in Pakistani livestock breeding, development of hybrid varieties, and precision irrigation. Pakistan effectively would become a raw materials supplier rather than an added-value producer, a prerequisite for a sustainable textiles industry.

The plan saw the Pakistani textile sector as a supplier of materials such as yarn and coarse cloth to textile manufacturers in Xinjiang. “China can make the most of the Pakistani market in cheap raw materials to develop the textiles & garments industry and help soak up surplus labour forces in (Xinjiang’s) Kashgar,” the plan said. Chinese companies would be offered preferential treatment with regard to “land, tax, logistics and services” as well as “enterprise income tax, tariff reduction and exemption and sales tax rate” incentives.

For Mr. Khan to ensure that Pakistani agriculture benefits, the very concept of Chinese investment in Pakistani agriculture would have to renegotiated.

Similarly, Mr. Khan has yet to express an opinion on the plan’s incorporation of a full system of monitoring and surveillance that would be built in Pakistani cities to ensure law and order. The system would involve deployment of explosive detectors and scanners to “cover major roads, case-prone areas and crowded places…in urban areas to conduct real-time monitoring and 24-hour video recording.”

The surveillance aspect of the plan that identifies Pakistani politics, such as competing parties, religion, tribes, terrorists, and Western intervention” as well as security as the greatest risk to CPEC could, if unaddressed, transform Pakistani society in ways that go far beyond economic and infrastructure development.

Dr. James M. Dorsey is a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, co-director of the University of Würzburg’s Institute for Fan Culture, and co-host of the New Books in Middle Eastern Studies podcast. James is the author of The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer blog, a book with the same title and a co-authored volume, Comparative Political Transitions between Southeast Asia and the Middle East and North Africa as well as Shifting Sands, Essays on Sports and Politics in the Middle East and North Africaand just published China and the Middle East: Venturing into the Maelstrom 


          RW Kheyre oo magaalada Riyadh kula kulmay wasiirka arimaha dibada Sucuudiga      Cache   Translate Page      
Ra’iisul wasaaraha Xukuumadda Federaalka Soomaaliya mudane Xasan Cali khayre ayaa kulan la qaatay Wasiirka Arrimaha dibadda Boqortooyada Sacuudiga Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir. Kulanka oo ka dhacay qasriga ra’iisul wasaaruhu ka deganyahay magaalada Riyaad ayaa horudhac u ahaa kulan uu ra’iisul wasaaraha XFS uu yeelanayo  madaxda sare ee  boqortooyada Saudi Arabia. Kulanka ay wada qaaateen ra’iisul […]

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          Saudi Arabia to supply 4 million barrels of extra crude oil to India in November as Iran sanctions loom      Cache   Translate Page      
India is Iran`s top oil client after China, though several refiners have indicated they will stop taking Iranian barrels because of the sanctions. Reported by Zee News 10 minutes ago.
          Philips teams up with Al Borg Laboratories to help reduce the time to diagnosis for cancer patients in Saudi Arabia      Cache   Translate Page      
Philips teams up with Al Borg Laboratories to help reduce the time to diagnosis for cancer patients in Saudi Arabia.
          Trump’s peace plan for two Palestinian states kicked off by fuel trucks for Gaza – DEBKAfile      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: Trump’s peace plan for two Palestinian states kicked off by fuel trucks for Gaza – DEBKAfile  Oct 10, 2018 @ 12:54 fuel trucks for Gaza, Israel, Jared Kushner, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, US Mid-East peace plan Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu won praise from US special ME negotiator Jason Greenblatt for letting the Qatar-funded fuel trucks go through to the Gaza Strip […]
          Images surface of Saudis allegedly sent to target writer      Cache   Translate Page      

ISTANBUL – Turkish media published images Wednesday of an alleged 15-member Saudi “assassination squad” and video of suspicious movements at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul following journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance a week ago, putting new pressure on the kingdom amid growing international concern for the writer. Saudi Arabia remained silent as the images, though not […]

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          Campaigners call on UK to stop arming Saudi Arabia after disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      

The Turkish authorities have announced that they will search the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul as part of their investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The Turkish authorities have announced that they will search the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul as part of their investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was last seen going into the embassy on 2 October 2018.

The Saudi regime has one of the poorest human rights records of any government in the world. Reporters Without Borders ranks it among the worst countries for journalist freedoms. In 2012, Saudi blogger Raif Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in detention and 10,000 lashes for criticising the regime's human rights record.

Over recent months the Saudi authorities have cracked down on women's rights campaigners and human rights defenders.

The regime is also the world's largest buyers of UK arms, which it has used in the ongoing bombardment of Yemen. The war has killed thousands and created the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. UK government statistics show that since the bombing of Yemen began in 2015, the UK has licensed £4.7 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia, including:

  • £2.7 billion worth of ML10 licences (Aircraft, helicopters, drones)
  • £1.9 billion worth of ML4 licences (Grenades, bombs, missiles, countermeasures)

Andrew Smith of Campaign Against Arms Trade said: "The accusations from the Turkish authorities are very serious. The Saudi regime has a proven contempt for its critics and has used its position to crack down on free speech and dissent. Despite the atrocities and abuses, it has always been able to rely on the uncritical political and military support of the UK and other arms dealing governments.

Journalism is fundamental to democracy. It's time for Theresa May and Jeremy Hunt to end the arms sales and call on the regime to end its persecution of journalists and human rights defenders."

* Campaign Against Arms Trade https://www.caat.org.uk/

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          Comment on U.S. mainstream media ignores key elements of Saudi Arabia’s likely murder of Jamal Khashoggi by Lillian Rosengarten      Cache   Translate Page      
Thanks for your fine article dear James North. By the way Da Bakr, I cannot stand your outrageous comments. Ugly and wasted.
          Comment on U.S. mainstream media ignores key elements of Saudi Arabia’s likely murder of Jamal Khashoggi by John O      Cache   Translate Page      
Never mind Friedman (whose favourite word is the first person singular pronoun). What on earth were journalists at the NYT thinking? Putting out material that, if Khashoggi is still alive, put him in grave peril. Do they not teach them how to cover kidnapping cases any more?
          Comment on U.S. mainstream media ignores key elements of Saudi Arabia’s likely murder of Jamal Khashoggi by Marnie      Cache   Translate Page      
Such a great article James North. "The mainstream — so far — is not reporting sufficiently on the huge, well-funded Saudi lobbying and Congressional bribing apparatus in the U.S.; you have to turn to this excellent exposé in The Nation, which reported that “More than a third of the members of Congress contacted by such a [public relations] firm [registered to promote Saudi interests] also received a campaign contribution from a foreign agent at that firm.” Are the United Kingdom's politicians such filthy buggers who openly (or not) accept bribes like the united states do? I would normally call these types whores, but whores work quite hard for the money. Not the crooks in D.C.
          Comment on U.S. mainstream media ignores key elements of Saudi Arabia’s likely murder of Jamal Khashoggi by JLewisDickerson      Cache   Translate Page      
■ <b>Where is Jamal Khashoggi? Saudi Arabia denies abduction of missing journalist</b> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEEfuAYnl7U
          Comment on U.S. mainstream media ignores key elements of Saudi Arabia’s likely murder of Jamal Khashoggi by DaBakr      Cache   Translate Page      
The "biggest" development out of the me ? I find it hard to believe the author really cares except to implicate Israel somehow
           Neymar front and centre as Brazil are put through their paces at Tottenham       Cache   Translate Page      
Although not quite the same temperature as the South Americans are used to, the squad were treated to some sunshine in north London, ahead of their flight to Saudi Arabia this week.
          Comment on Interview with Emile Nakhleh by Eb Hadi      Cache   Translate Page      
Many question parts remained unreplied. Just another question, can Emile just mention some cases of what he claims "Saudi Arabia and Israel have established close strategic and intelligence against .... and Islamic radicalism and terrorism". And interesting to know the connection of bin-laden and Israel before 9/11, had Israel a role in the Saudi adventure leading to ISIS that they admit they preferred it to Iran? In fact, if the ISIS adventure was successful know altogether, I.e. US, SA and Israel together with now-missing bin Laden, could chant "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED". Then they would wait for a programmed attack by ISIS to annex the whole area to Israel, this time with an international support.
          Yemen raids kill 79 rebels in 48 hours      Cache   Translate Page      
Aden (AFP) Oct 9, 2018
Saudi-led coalition air strikes in Yemen have killed almost 80 Huthi rebel fighters over 48 hours in the western province of Hodeida, military and medical sources said Tuesday. The strikes on Hodeida, site of a vital port and target of a renewed coalition offensive, also left seven civilians dead, they said. Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen at the head of a military coalition to support
          A Price To Pay To Criticize The Saudis!      Cache   Translate Page      
The big international story right now is the possible assassination of a WaPo journalist, Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey….. Missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey by a 15-member team dispatched by Riyadh specifically to murder him, two Turkish officials tell the Washington Post. “It was a preplanned murder,” one … Continue reading A Price To Pay To Criticize The Saudis!
          Guidelines for Hajj Worship with 5 Star Hajj Packages      Cache   Translate Page      
To perform Hajj according to Sunnah way, must read out Guidelines for Hajj Worship with 5 Star Hajj Packages that help you in the land of Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
          Images surface of Saudis allegedly sent to target writer      Cache   Translate Page      

ISTANBUL – Turkish media published images Wednesday of an alleged 15-member Saudi “assassination squad” and video of suspicious movements at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul following journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance a week ago, putting new pressure on the kingdom amid growing international concern for the writer. Saudi Arabia remained silent as the images, though not […]

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          US Intel Reportedly Knew of Saudi Plan to 'Lure & Capture' Now-Missing Khashoggi      Cache   Translate Page      
Most recently, Turkish media released images of men who are suspected of having captured journalist Jamal Khashoggi while he was in the Consulate General of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul.
          Media Release Footage of Saudis Reportedly Linked to Khashoggi Abduction (VIDEO)      Cache   Translate Page      
The reports come a day after Ankara announced that Riyadh had granted official permission to search the Consulate General of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul in order to investigate the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.
          Turkish Opposition Urges to Expel Saudi Diplomats Over Khashoggi Disappearance      Cache   Translate Page      
ANKARA (Sputnik) - Leader of Turkey's opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Kemal Kilicdaroglu has called on the government to expel Saudi Arabian diplomats in light of the recent disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.
          Missing Saudi journalist: BBC slammed for releasing off-air Khashoggi interview      Cache   Translate Page      
Preview The BBC is under fire for releasing off-air comments made by Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi in a radio interview, three days before he went missing in Turkey – a decision some say may have endangered his life.
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SoftBank is in discussions to take a majority stake in Adam Neumann’s co-working firm WeWork, which could amount to an investment as high as $20 billion, a new report claims. If a deal were to materialize, the money would reportedly come from SoftBank’s Vision Fund, according to the Wall Street Journal. SoftBank, an almost $100 billion fund backed by Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth funds, has invested over $5 billion in WeWork so […]
          10/10/2018: WORLD: SAUDIS AGREE TO SEARCH OF CONSULATE FOR MISSING JOURNALIST      Cache   Translate Page      

Turkey said Tuesday it will search Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul as it investigates why journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished there a week ago, an extraordinary probe of a diplomatic post amid Turkish officials’ fears the writer had been killed...
          Alisson 'one step ahead of me', says Ederson      Cache   Translate Page      
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson accepts Liverpool shot-stopper Alisson is "one step ahead" of him to be Brazil's first choice. Alisson, 26, has been the South American giants' number one, making 32 international appearances, while Ederson has played just once. However, the City man will get another chance in a friendly against Saudi Arabia on Friday before Alisson takes the spot in a meeting with Argentina. Ederson, 25, described Alisson as a friend and said the Liverpool goalkeeper was slightly ahead of him with the national team. "I think there is a lot of similarity between the two of us. He is having a very positive season start at Liverpool," he told Globo Esporte. "Here, he is one step ahead of me, he played in a World Cup. Brazil is well served with goalkeepers. Those who enter will do a good job. "Representing the Selecao is a very great expectation, being able to play is even greater. "I've had lunch with Alisson when he arrived at Liverpool. We have a very good relationship. He's a friend." VOLTAMOS! A #SeleçãoBrasileira já foi a campo para o primeiro treinamento em Londres!  #GigantesPorNatureza  Lucas Figueiredo / CBF pic.twitter.com/5hfDMJ8q5O — CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) October 8, 2018 Ahead of the Copa America in Brazil next year, Tite plans to test several players as the nation look to win the tournament for the first time since 2007. That means Ederson will get his chance in one of Brazil's two friendlies this month. "Tite called me to talk to Alisson and [goalkeeping coach Claudio] Taffarel, and it happened that I would play the first game and Alisson the second," he said. "I was very happy to have an opportunity to play a match with the Brazilian team. He passed on the idea, said it was a new cycle starting for the Copa America and would try to test as many players as possible."
          Death penalty: 993 people executed worldwide (China not included)      Cache   Translate Page      

Today is World Day against the Death Penalty. China, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia rank first in terms of executions. Compared to 2016, the number of executions dropped by 4 per cent. Worldwide, 142 countries have abolished the death penalty in law or practice.