"What? you're gonna arrest me if I go to Argentina?" Hmm ...
Argentina prosecutors Should Bring Charges Against Saudi Prince!
11-27-18, The Guardian -- The crown prince's attendance at the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires could make the Argentine courts an avenue of redress for victims of abuses and the death of Jamal Khashoggi ... Riyadh initially claimed Khashoggi left the consulate in Turkey unharmed on October 2, 2018, but later admitted he was murdered in in a "rogue" operation that the prince and Saudi authorities knew nothing about.
Rights Group Urges Argentina to Charge Saudi Crown Prince at G20
11-27-18, Voice of America --Human Rights Watch has urged Argentine prosecutors to consider bringing criminal charges against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is due to join world leaders in Buenos Aires on Friday, Nov 30, 2018 for the G20 summit. The group said it filed a submission with Argentine prosecutors calling on them to invoke the country's universal jurisdiction statute to prosecute the crown prince for alleged war crimes committed by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. [Note: I apologize as it may be inappropriate to find this humorous .. but I do.]
During the dozens of meetings scheduled at the G20 in Argentina, the central bankers and finance ministers of member nations are meeting to discuss the future of the global economy, cryptocurrency and associated regulations. More here
Also on the agenda is to draw up a roadmap to achieve a sustainable food future, one of the three priorities of the Argentine G20 presidency. These include:
Salvation? Luke 13:3; Titus 2:13, Revelation 19:11
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