The Daily Populous

Wednesday November 14th, 2018 night edition

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Syringes, electro-shock devices and a blade similar to a scalpel were among the tools carried by Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged killers as they departed Istanbul after murdering the Washington Post journalist inside a Saudi consulate last month.

The Turkish pro-government daily newspaper Sabah published photos purportedly showing tools carried by the 15-man Saudi hit squad as they left Istanbul aboard a private jet after allegedly murdering the Washington Post columnist.

Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt on Tuesday became the first ranking UK.

“When the Saudi intelligence officer listened to it, he was so shocked that he said ‘[the perpetrator] must have done heroin.

Khashoggi’s body has yet to be located, but Turks have alleged it was dismembered and dissolved in a chemical.

Al Jazeera has cited Turkish officials claiming to have found traces of hydrofluoric acid in the wastewater of the Saudi consulate.

Despite holding diplomatic passports, the alleged murderers had to place their bags through an X-ray machine as they left Ataturk airport. »

Pain can be a self-fulfilling prophecy

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New brain imaging research shows that when we expect something to hurt it does, even if the stimulus isn't so painful.

Surprisingly, those false expectations can persist even when reality repeatedly demonstrates otherwise, the study found.

"The more pain you expect, the stronger your brain responds to the pain. »

Fox News, other outlets support CNN in lawsuit against White House

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In a statement released Wednesday, Fox News president Jay Wallace says the network supports CNN's lawsuit to restore one of its reporters "hard" press passes.

"FOX News supports CNN in its legal effort to regain its White House reporter's press credential.

On Tuesday, CNN filed a lawsuit against the White House, seeking the restoration of Acosta's hard pass on First and Fifth Amendment grounds. »