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by Emrah Yorulmaz (Anadolu Ajansı)

The New York Times – David D. Kirkpatrick @kirkpatricknyt ) – Oct 16, 3:25 PM

ISTANBUL — One of the suspects identified by Turkey in the disappearance of the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi was a frequent companion of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — seen disembarking from airplanes with him in Paris and

The New York Times – Ben Hubbard – Oct 16, 5:23 PM

BEIRUT, Lebanon — This summer, Saudi Arabia promised the Trump administration $100 million for American efforts to stabilize areas in Syria liberated from the Islamic State. That money landed in American accounts on Tuesday, the same day

Investigators use drones and cadaver dogs to search Mohammad al-Otaibi’s Istanbul residence

Khashoggi suspects: Turkish newspaper publishes fresh images

CCTV images show one of alleged 15-man team at Saudi consulate the day journalist disappeared

Khashoggi case: A timeline

Here’s a brief timeline of how Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared in Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.

No wonder he was smiling. The United States received $100 million from Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, which coincidentally, so weird!, was the same day Secty. of State Mike Pompeo landed in Riyadh to laugh and smile with Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman about missing Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

A President Kowtowing to a Mad Prince

Trump is providing cover for Saudi barbarism.
News outlets in Turkey released gruesome accounts from what they say are recordings of Jamal Khashoggi’s death. Mr. Pompeo said Saudi officials promised accountability.
One of the suspects identified by Turkey in the disappearance of the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi was a frequent companion of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — seen disembarking from airplanes with him in Paris and Madrid and photographed standing guard during his visits this year to Houston, Boston and the United Nations, the New York Times reported on Oct. 16.
Steve Bell on Donald Trump’s defence of the Saudi regime – cartoon

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Turkish officials say it shows the Saudi journalist was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
The Turkish media has identified ‘hit squad’ potentially involved in the disappearance of the Saudi journalist in Saudi Arabia’s Istanbul consulate.
A photograph of the aide is one of the most striking pieces of evidence to date linking the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi to the crown prince.
The Washington Post – Souad Mekhennet, Kareem Fahim – Oct 16, 11:22 AM

ISTANBUL —Turkish officials have provided The Washington Post with scans of passports that they say were carried by seven men who were part of a Saudi team involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Consulate in

 

cnn – By Becky Anderson, CNN – Oct 16, 10:23 AM

Ankara, Turkey (CNN) The body of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was cut into pieces after he died two weeks ago at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, a Turkish official told CNN on Tuesday. The claim, which was first made to the New York Times

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