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Body parts belonging to journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found: report

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Body parts believed to belong to murdered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found, according to Sky News.

The 15-man hit team that is believed to have entered the Saudi consulate the same day Khashoggi did apparently didn’t bother to go far to dispose of Khashoggi’s body parts.

“Khashoggi’s remains were discovered in the garden of the Saudi consul general’s home,” a source told Sky News.

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“Sources have told Sky News the writer had been ‘cut up’ and his face ‘disfigured.'”

News reports have said Khashoggi was brutally tortured, including having his fingers cut off and his body dismembered for seven minutes while he was still alive.

Turkey’s President Erdogan on Tuesday called Khashoggi’s murder “savage” and premeditated.

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#BabyGate trends as Trump’s White House border fence gets a hilarious new nickname

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President Donald Trump has now overseen the construction of a perimeter fence around the White House that is nearly two miles in length -- and it's already getting mocked relentlessly on social media.

As construction of the perimeter fence continued on Friday, many Twitter users said it reminded them of a baby gate that new parents use to keep their infants from crawling into potentially dangerous areas.

"Aww isn’t this cute!" Twitter user @H0telr0meo wrote in one widely shared tweet. "Little #BunkerBoy now has his own #BabyGate."

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‘Hit her! Hit her!’ Indianapolis cops batter black protester with batons and pepper bullets

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Indianapolis police officers are under investigation for beating a black woman with batons and shooting her at close range with pepper balls during protests against police brutality.

In a widely circulated video clip, officers can be seen repeatedly battering the woman with batons and firing less-lethal weapons as she stands still Sunday afternoon at the corner of North Pennsylvania and East Washington streets, reported the Indianapolis Star.

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Cheerleader barred from the University of Tennessee after racist Snapchat post surfaces

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A prospective incoming freshman to the University of Tennessee and member of the cheer-leading team has been informed that she will no longer be allowed to attend the university, thank to racist comments she made on social media, WVLT reports.

"On Wednesday, following a racist video and photo surfacing on social media, Athletics made the decision not to allow a prospective student to join the Spirit Program. She will not be attending the university this fall," a tweet from the University read.

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