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Turkish police leave Saudi consulate after 9-hour search for Khashoggi DNA traces (VIDEO)

Turkish forensics team have conducted a sweep of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul trying to find any evidence into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, whom Ankara believes was murdered at the diplomatic site. Having entered the Kingdom’s consulate on Monday, for the first time since Khashoggi disappearance nearly two weeks ago, a team of Turkish experts spent the next ...

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Traces of chemical weapons agent found in shrimp in Sweden

Traces of a chemical warfare agent were found in shrimp caught near the Swedish island of Maseskar, where 28 ships with chemical and other weapons were sunk by the allies after World War II, the Swedish National Water Agency said. “We’re talking about a very low concentration [of chemicals], which isn’t considered dangerous for consumers, but these are substances that ...

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UK will either have to offer facts on ‘Russian traces’ in Skripal poisoning or apologize – Kremlin

The UK will either back up its claims of Moscow’s involvement in the poisoning of ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, or it will have to apologize, the Kremlin spokesman has said. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Monday that Russia is wrong to deny responsibility for the nerve agent poisoning of Skripal. “The Russian denial is increasingly absurd,” ...

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Tiger Woods Had Traces of Weed In System During DUI Arrest

Tiger Woods Traces of Weed In System… During DUI Arrest 8/14/2017 3:58 PM PDT Breaking News Tiger Woods had 5 different drugs in his system at the time of his DUI arrest — including painkillers and THC, the main chemical compound in marijuana.  The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office released the toxicology report from the May 29 arrest — in ...

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East Harlem NYPD stationhouse tainted with traces of Legionnaires

Traces of the bacteria that causes Legionnaires’ disease have been found at an East Harlem NYPD stationhouse and one police officer was sickened with the illness, authorities said Saturday. The first sign of the disease came after a cop working in the 23rd Precinct on E. 102nd St. was admitted to the hospital with unrelated health problems, sources said. After ...

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No traces of voter fraud found in Mich.'s immigrant-dense areas

A new study of Michigan’s most heavily immigrant counties found no evidence to support President Trump’s wild assertion that three to five million people voted illegally last November. The analysis by Anderson Economic Group in East Lansing found that if the President’s conjecture were true, Michigan’s hypothetical share of the alleged fraudulent votes would have been about 250,000. “We found ...

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