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Turkish Police Are Searching For The Remains Of Missing Saudi Journalist

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Turkish police are searching a forest and a coast city for remains of a Saudi dissident journalist. Jamal Khashoggi disappeared two weeks ago after entering the Saudi consulate in Turkey, says Reuters. Investigators have recovered “many samples” from their searches of the consulate and the consul’s residence. Turkish officials have said Khashoggi was killed inside the building and his body was removed. Saudi Arabia has denied the allegations.

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