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Witness: Turkish Police Leave Saudi Consulate


Reuters reports A witness has stated that a team of Turkish police investigating the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has left the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul,. Turkish police investigators had entered the consulate late on Monday. A Turkish diplomatic source had earlier said that a joint Turkish-Saudi team would search the consulate - the last place Khashoggi was seen before he vanished on Oct. 2.

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