Saudi Arabia admitted the Riyadh critic died at its consulate in Istanbul. Earlier, Riyadh had denied any knowledge of Khashoggi's fate, saying he left the building alive, a claim Turkey refuted from the outset.
US denies reaching any conclusion on Jamal Khashoggi's killing after Washington Post reported that the CIA believed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the hit.
The White House declined to comment on the Post report, saying it was an intelligence matter. The Department of State also declined to comment. Saudi Arabia's top diplomat says Crown Prince Mohammed had "absolutely" nothing to do with the killing.
UN Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths says all warring parties have given firm assurances to attend peace talks which will be held soon in Sweden as 8.4 million people, including children, are on the brink of starvation in the warring country.
Without justice for the murder of Khashoggi media accross the Middle East is at risk. If Saudi Arabia can get away with it why not other countries?
The Saudi Public Prosecutor published the Saudi findings on Khashoggi murder marking yet another change to the Saudi version of events.
Prayer were held for slain journalist in Istanbul, a day after a Saudi prosecutor admitted the writer's body was dismembered by Saudi agents in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate. Similar prayers were held in the cities of Mecca and Medina.
Hurriyet Daily says a second recording of Jamal Khashoggi’s last day exists. The claim comes a day after the Saudi prosecutor blamed a rogue operation for his death, drawing a rebuke from The Washington Post which was publishing the Riyadh critic.
Republican and Democratic senators introduce legislation seeking to strike back at Saudi Arabia over the death of a Saudi journalist at a consulate in Turkey and for its role in Yemen's devastating war.
Saudi Arabia's chief prosecutor has charged 11 people in the case of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and is seeking the death penalty for five. Turkey says it is not satisfied.
NBC is reporting that Washington is looking at ways to extradite Fetullah Gulen, head of Fetullah Terrorist Organisation, so that Turkey "eases" pressure on Riyadh over the Khashoggi killing. Turkey says the Gulen and Khashoggi cases are not linked.
The Saudi public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for those involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. If the punishment is carried out, we might never know who ordered the killing.
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