Khashoggi has not been seen since entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Turkish officials say they believe Khashoggi was murdered inside the consulate. President Donald Trump says it "certainly looks" as though missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead. Turkish officials reportedly hope on Wednesday to enter the Saudi consul's residence as part of their probe into the journalist's disappearance.
Trump said he didn't "want to get into ( King Salman's ) mind", but told reporters: "it sounded to me like maybe these could have been rogue killers ". Crown Prince Mohammad - second in command to King Salman - wants to make his mark in the world of football and views Glazer-owned Manchester United as the flawless acquisition, The Sun reported today, citing 'well-placed sources'.
Meghan and Harry are now out on their first royal tour as a married couple after landing in Australia on Monday - which is also when Kensington Palace gave us all the good news another new royal baby would be on the way. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't the first royals to ride a Melbourne tram , the AWW reports The Queen also hopped on one when she visited Melbourne in 2011.
Both sides agree there must be no hard border, which could disrupt businesses and residents on both sides and undermine Northern Ireland's peace process. Theresa May, UK Prime Minister says, "What we are not doing, we are not standing here proposing an extension to the implementation period". "The deal is definitely going to be pushed back to November, if it happens at all", the source said.
Prince Harry and the school students giggled along with the Duchess of Sussex after her startled moment which was captured on camera. The day was one that seven-year-old Sienna Blackhall will never forget, she says despite the pouring rain she felt exactly like a princess after meeting the royal couple.
John's, Newfoundland. Bruce Linton, the CEO of marijuana producer and retailer Canopy Growth , made the sale to Power. In the USA, marijuana is legal in 29 states and Washington, D.C. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says Canada's government will introduce legislation to let people apply for a pardon of small-scale marijuana possession convictions - as long as they've finished their sentence.