HOT MIC: French President Macron Caught LECTURING Saudi Prince at G-20


British Prime Minister Theresa May has told Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that he should take action to prevent the recurrence of incidents like the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, her office said on Friday.

All eyes were on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the Group of 20 summit on Friday as he made his first major overseas appearance since the killing of a dissident journalist in his country's consulate in Istanbul.

Canada, France, the United States and Germany have imposed targeted sanctions related to the murder of the prominent Saudi journalist.

The two leaders met in the prince's residence in Buenos Aires and discussed Saudi Arabia's readiness to supply India with oil and petroleum products.

Khashoggi, an opinion writer for the Washington Post who was at one time a Saudi royal insider before becoming a critic of the leadership, was killed by lethal injection and dismembered by a group of Saudi men sent from the kingdom.

Meanwhile, both Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia are being criticized for attacking their neighbors.

"The message that I give will be very clear. on this issue of Jamal Khashoggi but also on the issue of Yemen", the prime minister told reporters.

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It's possible to make out Prince Mohammed saying "Don't worry", to which the French President responds "I am worried".

Later in the one-minute clip Macron says: "You never listen to me" and the crown prince replies: "I will listen, of course".

Saudia Arabia has denied that the crown prince played a role in Khashoggi's gruesome slaying.

The source added that the US President hadn't yet any lengthy discussions with the Saudi Crown Prince, but that he might, without elaborating more.

Yesterday Mr Trump cancelled a planned sit down with Mr Putin, citing Russia's recent seizure of Ukrainian ships and sailors.

Missing entirely was Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose arrival was delayed for the better part of a day by a serious technical failure on her plane, which forced her to return to Germany Thursday night.

The latest embarrassing glitch for the German military forced Merkel to instead take a commercial flight from Madrid to Buenos Aires with a vastly reduced delegation and miss scheduled talks with several world leaders.