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Post publishes possibly last image of missing Saudi reporter

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Istanbul, Oct 9 (AP) - The Washington Post published a surveillance image on Tuesday 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," but has offered no evidence over the past seven days to show that he ever left the building.
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Hurricane Michael gains strength on course for north Florida

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Miami, Oct 9 (AP) - Michael gained new strength over warm tropical waters amid fears it would swiftly intensify into a major hurricane before striking Florida's northeast Gulf Coast, where frantic coastal dwellers are boarding up homes and seeking evacuation routes away from the dangerous storm...
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Police arrest prominent editor in southern India

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Srinagar, Oct 9 (AP) - Police in southern India on Tuesday arrested the chief editor of a prominent investigative magazine on charges of publishing defamatory content against a top state official.
R.R. Gopal was arrested at the airport in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state, as he was about...
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US envoy on Afghan peace takes his mission to Pakistan

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Islamabad, Oct 9 (AP) - Washington's newly named point man tasked with finding a peaceful end to Afghanistan's 17-year war is in Pakistan to seek help from the new government in Islamabad in bringing the Taliban to the negotiating table, the U.S. Embassy said Tuesday.
A former U.S. ambassador in...
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Strong aftershock rattles north Haiti day after deadly quake

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Port-De-Paix, Oct 8 (AP) - A magnitude 5.2 aftershock struck Haiti on Sunday, even as survivors of the previ-ous day's temblor were sifting through the rubble of their cinderblock homes. The death toll stood at 12, with fears it could rise.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the epicenter of the...
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