The body of the journalist Hashagg dissolved in acid


Prince Mohammed reportedly said this in a phone call with the White House after Khashoggi disappeared but before Saudi Arabia admitted killing him.

It is reported Hurriyet Daily News, reports UKRINFORM. Though Riyadh has detained 18 suspects, it is deeply concerning that no action has been taken against the Saudi consul general, who lied through his teeth to the media and fled Turkey shortly afterward.

Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post, was killed inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

The body of a Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi killed in the Consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul, was destroyed in the acid.

Citing the New York Times, the Independent quoted White House officials as saying Prince Mohammed called officials close to President Donald Trump to smear Khashoggi as a unsafe Islamist.

Mr Hashem and his family joined a crowd of people who attended a candle-lit vigil for his friend outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Dublin last night.

Turkey - which according to the Committee to Protect Journalists was the world's leading jailer of journalists in 2017 - has emerged as an unlikely advocate for truth over Khashoggi's killing, which it has used to pressure regional rival Saudi Arabia. "He denied such claims repeatedly over the past several years", the statement said.

There is still no consensus on how Khashoggi died. He was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 for paperwork to marry his Turkish fiance.

Turkish media had previously quoted sources as saying Turkey had audio recordings proving that Khashoggi had been tortured before being murdered.

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Erdogan last week demanded that Saudi Arabia reveal the location of Khashoggi's remains and hand over 18 suspects. First came the insistence that the country had nothing to do with the disappearance of one of its high-profile critics. However, as worldwide pressure increased, Riyadh admitted that the killing was an error, carried out by rogue elements. "Turkey doesn't deserve this", he told a news conference in Ankara.

The US also fears regional stability could deteriorate if Saudi Arabia's royal court is thrust into a power struggle, a rationale for maintaining support for Mohammed, despite ongoing concerns about his lack of experience and impulsive decisions. He added that he did "not believe for a second" that Saudi leader King Salman was to blame. He added that the Saudi officials who were still trying to cover up the killing should be discovered.

"It'll take us probably a handful more weeks before we have enough evidence to actually put those sanctions in place, but I think we'll be able to get there", Pompeo said.

"The region in the Middle East, with the DP World Tour Championship [in Dubai later this month] coming up is very important to the European Tour", Pelley said.

Activists from the London-based NGO temporarily erected a mock street sign in front of the diplomatic compound, in the British capital's wealthy Mayfair district, in a symbolic gesture honoring Jamal Khashoggi.

On Wednesday, France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Khashoggi's death was a "crime" and "odious".

He said France was not "dependent on our economic relations with Saudi Arabia" and the country would impose sanctions, but no details were given.

"Because the larger problem is Iran", he said.