Saudi king, crown prince condole with Khashoggi's family and relatives

Saudi king, crown prince condole with Khashoggi's family and relatives

Saudi king, crown prince condole with Khashoggi's family and relatives

"The individuals who did this did this outside the scope of their authority", he added.

A second jet, with registration HZ-SK2, carried another batch of the 15 suspects, but was searched as by then the alarm had been raised that they might be behind Khashoggi's disappearance.

Following a telephone conversation between Saudi Arabia's King Salman and Donald Trump, the USA president told reporters that the king had denied all knowledge of Khashoggi's disappearance.

"Would financial sanctions be considered sufficient as to have sent a message to Saudi Arabia that this will never happen again?" "Yes, I think he did it", Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told CNN, referring to the crown prince.

During an appearance Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press", Sen. He also said Prince Mohammed was not responsible.

President Joko Widodo met with Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir on Monday at the presidential palace in the West Java city of Bogor.

Abdulkadir Selvi, whose columns in the Hurriyet daily are closely watched for indications of Erdogan's thinking, gave what he said were new details and said Prince Mohammed had to take responsibility. "So we have to use oil reserves", he said. "And what happened subsequent to that".

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has called the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi earlier this month at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul a "rogue operation" and an "aberration".

WAN-IFRA, in which The Globe and Mail is a member, condemned the "growing culture of impunity for crimes against journalists"; the Saudi officials presumably believed they would be protected by this.

A member of the team then dressed in Mr Khashoggi's clothes to make it appear as if he had left the consulate.

"Why did 15 people come here, why did 18 people get arrested?"

"The issue now is how Western governments coordinate a response and to what extent they wish to escalate this in a coordinated fashion", said Michael Stephens, a senior research fellow who focuses on the Mideast at London's Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security Studies. "There was no order for a killing".

On Sunday, the Saudis claimed the initial plan was to kidnap Khashoggi and try and persuade him to return to Saudi Arabia but to release him unharmed if he refused.

Newspaper publishers and editors around the world are demanding Saudi Arabia provide immediate answers in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

On Friday Saudi Arabia admitted that the journalist died in a fight inside its consulate. Two of the dismissed officials were among Mohammed's closest advisers, Saud al-Qahtani and the deputy intelligence chief, Maj.

"The Saudi account has been met with widespread global skepticism and allegations of a cover-up".

The change indicated Qahtani would still retain significant influence in the Saudi effort to track dissidents online and disseminate official messages via a highly coordinated social-media strategy.

The Turkish officials spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government regulations.

Selvi said Khashoggi was strangled by a Saudi assassination squad, in a process that took up to eight minutes.

"But Saturday, in an interview with The Washington Post, Trump said, "Obviously there's been deception and there's been lies". Still, he defended Saudi Arabia as an "incredible ally" and expressed hope that Mohammed was not involved.

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