The US State Department is monitoring large sums of money for the arrest of Khalid Baterfi and Qassem Al-Rimi

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-The State Department announced a reward for information leading to the location of al-Qaeda leader in the Arabian Peninsula Khaled Said al-Baterfi.

The ministry added in a statement that it had raised from five to ten million dollars the value of the reward in exchange for locating and arresting or condemning the official in the organization Qassim al-Rimi.

The statement said that al-Reimi was the governor of the organization in June 2015 and a month later I swear allegiance to al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and incited to renew attacks against the United States.

Turkey has no evidence of involvement in Riyadh, and Saudi Arabia receives sanctions for Khashoggi's death

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- US President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time that Khashoggi had probably died, vowing a "very harsh" response to Riyadh if he was to blame for his death.

These statements show a clear change in the tone of the American president. In recent days, he has taken a less hawkish stance and highlighted the enormous strategic interests his country has in the Sunni kingdom, including the fight against terrorism and the need to counter Iran's Shiite influence as well as arms contracts and economic benefits.

The United States has decided to give Saudi Arabia a "few more days" to explain Khashoggi's disappearance after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

US president threatens military closure of border with Mexico

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- US President Donald Trump has threatened to close the southern border with the military if Mexico does not move and stops large groups of illegal immigrants heading to America from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

"I ask Mexico, in the strongest possible terms, to stop this attack, and if it can not, I will summon the US military and close the southern border," Trump said on Twitter.

Hillary Clinton survived the death of an investigator

Dubai, United States: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton survived the death of an investigator due to a traffic accident in New Jersey, where her car hit a concrete column amid panic for the guards, and then Hillary emerged from the car.

Radio (Voice of America) said:

The latest developments between Saudi Arabia and America on the disappearance of Khashoggi

Dubai United Arab Emirates:-WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump has made unbridled remarks about the fate of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared in Turkey after a phone call with Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz.

US President Donald Trump said extra-control killers may have been behind the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey.

See the destruction of Florida in the face of Hurricane "Michael"

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Major Hurricane Michael was killed in Florida, with a wind speed of 250 km per hour. The State of Emergency was declared state of emergency in preparation for what was described as the "most violent hurricane" in nearly a century.

Washington puts Iran as an obstacle to financing the reconstruction of Syria

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates :- The complex relationship between the United States and Iran will cause Washington to refrain from funding Syria. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that Washington would make no contribution to the reconstruction of Syria as long as there were Iranian or Iranian-backed forces in the country.

Pompeo said in a speech to the Jewish Institute for National Security,"Today, the conflict in Syria is at a turning point."

"He continued, That the regime of President Bashar al-Assad "strengthened his control" on the ground "thanks to Russia and Iran," while the organization of the Islamic state and "although not yet fully eliminated, but it is weak."

Hi Nicky Halley Have you resigned from the UN or Trump?

Abu Dhabi, Nicky Haley, Washington's delegate to the United Nations, Nicky Healy, did not comment on Axius News, which said it had left office and that the US president had resigned.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Trump and Healy were due to meet in the Oval Office.

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