Khashoggi's fiancée demands answers, says Saudi authorities are responsible for killing

Was Jamal Khashoggi About to Expose Saudi Use of Chemical Weapons in Yemen?

Khashoggi's death inside the kingdom's Istanbul consulate has brought near unprecedented global scrutiny on Saudi Arabia, which is seeking to draw a line under the crisis as Western powers demand answers.

Turkey, through a gradual release of information and public statements, has helped feed an worldwide outcry over the case and pressured Saudi Arabia to concede its role.

Turkey also played a purported audio of the killing for CIA Director Gina Haspel last week.

Speaking at a memorial event held in London, Hatice Cengiz said October 29 Trump "should not pave the way for a cover-up of my fiancée's murder".

The story was undercut by footage, which Erdogan confirmed, of a Saudi official acting as a body double for Khashoggi, wearing the journalist's clothes when leaving the consulate to pretend to be the dead man.

"The cooperation must continue".

"The administration is weighing different options and we'll make an announcement about what the decision of that action is", Sanders told a media briefing in response to a question about what actions the administration might take against Saudi Arabia. "All the facts should be revealed".

Mr Mojeb, who last week acknowledged that the killing was "premeditated" based on Turkish evidence, arrived in Istanbul this morning and is expected to inspect the Saudi consulate where Mr Khashoggi was killed.

Security guards are seen behind barriers blocking the road leading to the Saudi Arabia Consulate in Istanbul. I would have done everything to stop him entering that building.

Beyond the detention of the 18 suspects, five Saudi intelligence chiefs have been sacked, including two who were part of the crown prince's inner circle. He also said Turkey valued the conclusion of discussions between Turkish and Saudi prosecutors, who are due to meet today.

"I am extremely disappointed by the stance of the leadership of many countries, particularly in the U.S.", she told a memorial event in London.

"When I asked him why he was anxious, he didn't really want to reply, but eventually he told me he was getting proof that Saudi Arabia had used chemical weapons". "I demand that all those involved in this savagery from the highest to the lowest levels are punished and brought to justice".

"Whether this meant he was not the original issuer we can not say", it added. U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has said the killing undermines regional stability and has urged Saudi Arabia to conduct a full and complete investigation.

Speaking at a memorial event in London on Monday, she said through a translator: "I believe that the Saudi regime knows where his body is". I want justice to be served.

She added, "President Trump should not pave the way for a coverup".



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