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was due to donate his kidney to AJ via transplant surgery at Emory Hospital on 3 October. “The government finds the strike in Kogi State Polytechnic unacceptable and consequently declared all activities of the JAC of trade unions of tertiary institutions owned by Kogi State, died on Saturday morning following the shooting that was reported just before 1 a.m. Duluth police saidJamal Tyshawn Jackson 25 was booked into the St Louis County Jail on Monday afternoon on suspicion of second-degree murder related to Pennington’s deathJackson was arrested in Hennepin County on an unrelated warrant on Sunday Duluth police said in a news release before being transferred to St Louis County He is being held without bail and is awaiting formal chargesJackson turned himself in at the Hennepin County Jail on Sunday morning according to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s OfficeA longtime friend of Pennington’s Emma Espejo 31 said she was in the Twin Cities at the time of the shooting but heard from people who were there that the 6-foot 7-inch Pennington had stepped in to try to stop a fight"Scott being Scott went to go break up the fight and got caught in the crossfire" she said "The only way that I want him to be portrayed and the way that I want him to be known is as the beautiful beautiful human being that he was"Another close friend Sarah Edwards 33 said she was at a table at Aces on First when the shooting occurred "I just heard like a clap" she said "I don’t think I’ve ever heard a gunshot before"A friend went outside and came back to say that Pennington was the victim She ran outside and someone stopped her in the middle of the street and said "’You don’t want to see this’ but I already had"She saw Pennington loaded into an ambulance and then went with a friend to notify Penningtons’ parents and then to Essentia Health-St Mary’s Medical Center where he was taken They got the word as they waited that Pennington had died she saidEdwards and Espejo were among a group of about seven women all of whom got to know Pennington during their high school years and remained close to him and to each other Several of them talked to the News Tribune on Tuesday and frequently the word "protector" was used to describe him"He was really really nice and really really even-tempered" said Hayley Kersten 31 now of Charleston SC "You never felt awkward around him"Espejo met Pennington when both were going into their freshman year of high school she at Proctor and he at Denfeld Espejo said They had remained close ever since Pennington did not graduate from Denfeld but earned his GED she said and worked mostly in software sales and marketing He recently had returned to an office job after spending some time doing freelance work for his brother-in-law’s IT company He was ideally equipped for work involving people she said"He was very very very charismatic I mean the most charismatic individual you’ll ever meet" Espejo said "He could talk to anybody"Edwards called him "a very rare type of person that people aspire to be He was so caring and sweet and funny and just so much fun to be around like a big teddy bear a big protector"Jackson’s criminal record shows only two convictions for petty misdemeanors in 2011 and 2012Police said the investigation is continuing and no other details were immediately availableA celebration of life for Pennington will be held Saturday at 1 pm at Mr D’s Bar & GrillA $110 billion deal in which Saudi Arabia will buy US arms to help it counter Iran with options for as much as $350 billion over 10 years was the central achievement of Trump’s first day in Riyadh first stop on a nine-day journey through the Middle East and EuropeBut the turmoil back home consumed the headlines and cast a long shadow over his first foreign trip as presidentHis firing of Comey and the appointment of a special counsel to investigate his election campaign’s ties to Russia last year have raised the question of whether he tried to squelch a probe into the alleged Russia connectionFanning the flames was a New York Times report that Trump had called Comey a "nut job" in a private meeting last week in the Oval Office with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and ambassador Sergei Kislyak The Times quoted briefing notes of the conversationAsked for a response the White House said that for national security reasons "we do not confirm or deny the authenticity of allegedly leaked classified documents"Russia’s Interfax news agency on Saturday quoted Lavrov as saying he had not discussed Comey with Trump "We did not touch this issue at all" the minister saidIn another development the Washington Post said a current White House official close toTrump was a significant "person of interest" in the investigation into possible ties with RussiaThe fallout followed Trump to Riyadh but did nothing to cool the welcome he received by the royal Saudi familyKing Salman bin Abdulaziz greeted Trump on a red carpet as he stepped off Air Force One shaking the hand of his wife Melania and riding in the US presidential limousineCONTRAST WITH OBAMA VISITIt was a more favorable welcome than had been granted last year to Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama who was seen in the Arab kingdom as soft on Iran and hesitant on SyriaTrump’s trip to Saudi Arabia Israel Italy the Vatican and Belgium has been billed by the White House as a chance to visit places sacred to three of the world’s major religions while givingTrump time to meet with Arab Israeli and European leadersTrump and King Salman seemed at ease with each other chatting through an interpreter At the royal al-Yamama palace the king draped around Trump’s neck the King Abdulaziz medal the country’s top civilian honor The king was overheard lamenting the Syrian war to Trump who ordered air strikes against a Syrian airfield in April in response to a chemical weapons attack by government forces against civilians"Syria too used to be one of the most advanced countries We used to get our professors from Syria They served our kingdom Unfortunately they too brought destruction to their own country You can destroy a country in mere seconds but it takes a lot of effort" he saidTrump’s response could not be heardThe president’s decision to make his first official trip abroad to Saudi Arabia followed by Israel countries which both share his antagonism towards Iran marks a contrast with Obama’s approachTrump’s criticism of the nuclear deal Iran reached with the US and five other world powers in 2015 pleases both Saudi Arabia and Israel who accused Obama on “going soft” on TehranPoll results showed on Saturday that Iranians had emphatically re-elected President Hassan Rouhani architect of Iran’s still-fragile detente with the WestHELICOPTERSThe arms package includes a pledge by the kingdom to assemble 150 Lockheed Martin Blackhawk helicopters in Saudi Arabia in a $6 billion deal expected to result in about 450 jobs in the kingdomNational oil giant Saudi Aramco was also expected to sign $50 billion of deals with US companies on Saturday part of a drive to diversify the kingdom’s economy beyond oil exports Aramco’s chief executive Amin Nasser saidUS technology and engineering conglomerate GE said it had signed $15 billion of agreements with Saudi organizationsTrump is to deliver a speech in Riyadh on Sunday aimed at rallying Muslims in the fight against Islamist militants He will also attend a summit of Gulf leaders of the six-member Gulf Cooperation CouncilAhead of Trump’s trip the White House said the president expected tangible results from Saudi Arabia in countering Islamic extremismShortly after taking office Trump sought to block people from several Muslim-majority nations from entering the United States but the travel ban has been blocked by federal courtsThe 70-year-old president’s trip to Saudi Arabia Israel Italy and Belgium will be Trump’s longest time away from the White House since he took office four months agoThe uproar over Comey’s firing looked unlikely to go away Moscow has denied any interference in the 2016 election Trump has denied collusion and denounced the appointment of a special counsel as part of a "witch hunt"" admitted Mike Pearson, the U.

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