Turkish newspaper Sabah 'Identifies the Killing Squad' of Saudi journalist Khashoggi

Turkish newspaper Sabah 'Identifies the Killing Squad' of Saudi journalist Khashoggi

 A Turkish pro-government newspaper said that has identified a 15-member killer squad, which, according to this newspaper, was sent to Turkey to attack a prominent Saudi journalist. 

Turkish officials doubted earlier that the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed at the Saudi Arabia Consulate in Istanbul. The Sabah newspaper published the names and pictures of 15 Saudi citizens, stressing they arrived in Turkey with two private jets on the day Khashoggi is disappeared.

The photos appear to be taken from security cameras at an airport.

Khashoggi disappeared on October 2 after visiting the Saudi Arabia Consulate in Istanbul to complete some of the documents. Saudi officials denied Turkey's claims that might have been killed inside the consulate.

On Tuesday, Turkey's Foreign Ministry said Saudi authorities agreed to allow Turkish authorities to control the consulate, in the context of the investigation into Khashogg's disappearance.

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said it was "his political and humanitarian duty" to resolve this case.

Khashoggi has fled Saudi Arabia last year, expressing fear of punishment for his criticism of Saudi policy in the Yemeni war.
Turkish newspaper Sabah 'Identifies the Killing Squad' of Saudi journalist Khashoggi Turkish newspaper Sabah 'Identifies the Killing Squad' of Saudi journalist Khashoggi Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Rating: 5
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